Chuck Stewart Music

Chuck Stewart Music

Best of 2022
2 employees
28 years in business

About this pro

Over 25 years of teaching.

Over 25 years of being a professional singer, musician, arranger, and composer (including 18 years in Las Vegas).

Member of ASCAP and Music Publisher

Have written over 2500 musical pieces.

I have written, produced, and sold radio commercial jingles in Las Vegas and in Orlando, Florida.

I have had singers who were also dancers - NYC Rockettes, one of whom sang in a Broadway musical (after studying with me over a summer), another student sang in the same musical, a few years later.  I've had singers with recording contracts who did concerts and tours.  3 students were in TV competitions on The Voice, Singoff and others.

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Orlando, FL 32817
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

1) To do an initial informal interview, to get to know the student.  This bridges over to:

2) To find out what the student needs and wants.

3) To develop plans, programs, and projects for the student.

4) To supply some free software and free material to the student, to help get started.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?


Many private lessons with professional vocal coaches, professional arrangers and writers, professional courses (not offered in college).

Professional experience as a musician, arranger, composer, and writer, working with and learning from other professionals.

How did you get started teaching?

I was working as a professional singer in a show in Las Vegas and my vocal coach believed I would make a good teacher.  I interned under her and she told me that she had never seen anyone get the results for students as quickly as I did.

I have had thousands of students since then.

What types of students have you worked with?

All levels and all styles, from beginners to professional recording artists and professional Broadway singers.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Ask questions.  Be ready to participate in the process and to practice.  Always keep it fun.