Alexander Bonner is an American tenor who began his formal training in voice at the age of sixteen upon his acceptance into Boston University’s Tanglewood Institute. It was there that he fell in love with music and decided to pursue it as a full time career. He graduated from The Dreyfoos School of Performing Arts in West Palm Beach and after that, The Boston Conservatory at Berklee where he obtained a Degree in Vocal Performance. He has been cast in Stravinsky’s The Rakes Progress as well as in Verdi’s La Traviata.
After working and performing internationally he has returned to the USA full time where he teaches voice specializing in classical, jazz and musical theater. He believes that every student’s voice is a unique instrument and seeks to work with you to find your most free and natural sound.
Helping my students find their confidence in their voice not just as a singer, but as person.
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I like to begin with a simple conversation not just about your experience with singing, but your experience with music. Once i get an understanding of where you're at on your artistic journery the first lesson is mainly to get to know your voice and find out what you do well, and what needs improvement.
The first lesson will focus a lot on the technical aspect of things but after that lessons will be structured with us working on technique for the first part of the lesson then applying everything to a song.
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee.
10+ Years of Peformance Experience
30 mins - $30
60 mins - $45
After, up front for 4 weeks of lessons ($120 for 30 mins, $180 for 60 mins)
If you do not cancel 24hrs in advance you forfeit the lesson.
I took a course in Vocal Pedagogy in college and part of the ciriculum required us to take on a private voice student. I was reluctant at first but after the first lesson I was hooked. Seeing and hearing my student progress and start to gain confidence in their voice was incredible.
I have worked with kids and adults.