Deb Bowman Studio

Deb Bowman Studio

5.0 (7)
Best of 2019
9 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
9 years in business

About this pro

Working with a full time working performer in the entertainment business (theatre, musical theatre, tv, film, live music, songwriting and more) is invaluable because you get to train with a professional who helps you get the return on your investment.  I love to share my experience and knowledge with people on a path in entertainment or already working in the industry.  I bring useful tools and technique to artists to help them excel.  Guiding my students with preparation and research performance opportunities in the field is also another priority.

I love to see success!  I want my student's to excel and grow in confidence, strength and dollars!

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Credentials

Atlanta, GA 30305
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7 Reviews

5.0

  • Simon Boughey

    Deb is conscientious, patient and talented

  • Toby Kippen

  • Kathleen Hogan

    Deb Bowman is one of my secret weapons for audition prep and vocal coaching!! She's not only an amazing performer herself who is constantly working in the industry, she's a wonderful coach and a true inspiration. She's had a huge impact on my growth as an artist, and I cannot recommend her enough!

  • Catherine Dee Holly

    Deb has not only accelerated my singing and performance skills, she has elevated my career and life. I moved to Atlanta 2 years ago and the best thing that has happened to me to date- is Deb Bowman. She is so much more than just your average coach: she provides career advice, last minute audition coaching, and is always looking out for her students. Deb has grown to be one of my very best friends in Atlanta and is a beautiful soul inside and out. There is so much to learn from Deb as a young professional that goes beyond technical training. She's a beast in her field and WELL respected. I feel honored to call her my coach. Her pricing is MORE than responsible comparable to most coaches in town and I highly recommend you take this investment in yourself and your career, because it will and did pay off.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Sometimes I request a resume or an audition.  But, usually I can converse via phone prior to scheduling to see if we are a good fit.  Once the session is scheduled, I send details, directions, and policy.  At the session, I assess the student's range, strength's, and weaknesses and start them on a regimen for growth.  I also work with each student to set goals and create a safe productive environment to help them succeed.


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

I have a been a full time performer in the entertainment field for over 20 years. I lived in NYC for 13 years before moving to Atlanta, GA 4 years ago.  I have performed worldwide in many facets. I have a BA degree in Classical Theatre and Dance.  I trained privately as a vocalist all of my childhood. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I charge $50 per half hour and $90 per hour.  I do have limited days and times as I work full time, but I do try and work with the student's schedule as much as I can.  If we are a good fit, then we are a good fit. If I can't help the student, I will gladly refer them to someone who can.


How did you get started teaching?

Several people came to me after my performances and asked if I could coach them.  I didn't for many years and then finally decided I should try. I finally started and realized I loved and was really good at it. It helped me develop my artistry even more.  I have been coaching for 6 years now and have a long roster of students who have gone on to do great things in the industry!


What types of students have you worked with?

Actors and singers, songwriters, Broadway singers, Jazz Vocalists, Cabaret performers, Public speakers, Musicians, Dancers who want to improve their singing voice, Actors preparing for upcoming Auditions, Graduate School Auditions, Singers hoping to avoid nodule surgery, or recovering and rehabilitating from surgery. 


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

If you have goals and want to do great things, and a teacher encourages you but challenges you as well, go with them!