I'm an active professional singer and voice teacher with studios in Attleboro, MA and Providence, RI. 18+ years professional experience, member of the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) and the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). For teaching reviews, see below and visit https://www.thumbtack.com/-Attleboro-MA/service/2526865.
For beginning singers, I enjoy helping them find their voices and the music inside them. For more advanced musicians, I enjoy guiding them to achieve their musical goals.
My wife and I have both been taking lessons with Gabe. Our singing levels are Radically different, the Gabe has been terrific for both of us. He is flexible and accommodatingAnd the lessons have been enjoyable and effective.
He tailors the lessons to the strength and weaknesses of the student. He could teach anyone of any age. The time just flies by. Pursuing a new dream at age 68, I am taken seriously. I am not too old; it is not too late. His rates are fair and there is no pressure to buy a “package.” You can go as often or infrequently as you can afford. If you’ve ever thought about voice lessons, call Gabe. He will put you at ease and you will have a new adventure.
For beginning students, we start by discussing your goals: do you sing for fun or do you have more far-reaching plans/dreams? From there, we move on to the foundations of healthy vocal technique: breathing, support, tone production, and more. Then we start to make music!
For more advanced students, we discuss you goals and make a plan to achieve them.
18+ years of professional performance experience; 20+ years of private voice study and coaching with world-class artists, teachers, and coaches; 12 years of teaching experience, including college-level; Ph.D., two Master's degrees, and a Bachelor's degree in music. Please visit my website for more information including my full resume and curriculum vitae.
Most of my students pay per lesson, though you may purchase lessons in advance if you like. E-mail me directly for current pricing and package deals.
I was invited to teach at an area college by the head of vocal studies there. It worked out well and I began my own studio.
All kinds: beginners to advanced, kids to seniors, musical theater singers, classical singers, jazz singers, pop singers, rock singers, folk singers, singers who just want to try a range of different styles.
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