Gordon Michaels Productions

Gordon Michaels Productions

5.0 (21)
10 employees
32 years in business

About this pro

Gordon Michaels’  Productions are a deeply personal expression of his soul. As a singer in his Church’s Children’s choir at age 3, performing developed into a passion and profession. He was n exceptional talent at New York City’s Music & Arts High School from which he was lucky enough to appear in the movie “FAME” and be on the recording. He earned a scholarship to the Boston Conservatory of Music for Opera but found his love in Musical Theater and is what he earned his BFA in.

He’s at ease singing show tunes, jazz, blues, pop and gospel and even some country. A complete southern gentleman at heart, he knows how to entertain and leave you wanting more.


  • Finalist in David Foster/Name Drop Singing Contest 2009​
  • Best Male Vocalist for Jazz and Gospel by the Boston Music Awards, 1993 & 1995


  • Boston Winner:  David Foster/Name Drop Singing Contest 2009
  • 1st place, Encore Silver Note Sing Off 2000
  • Searching For The Stars 1996
  • Boston’s Diamond Jim’s Sing off 1987​​

I love to entertain people and touch their hearts and souls with the gift of my voice and music. I also love to teach people who have the same passions for singing and music to do what i have been doing on stages around the world for 30 years

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  • Jonathan Guaba

    Gordon is great, i have always been an introvert when it came to singing, on the first lesson with him he was able to get me out of my shell, by the second lesson i was more ready than ever to actually sing in front of someone. I have never actually had a vocal lessons or experience, for that matter, but these were questions that we had went over beforehand so we can do the lessons in a way that works for me. aside from being able to work and enjoy the lessons, Gordon has a very outgoing personality that makes the lessons fun too

  • Mario Myrthil Jr.

    I like his teaching style! He is very great to work with! Awesome guy!

  • Jeff Workman

    So professional and every show is spot on. The entertainment he brings as well as coordinates is always top notch. One of my absolute favorite performers and show coordinators.

  • Josiah Reynard

    Gordan is an outstanding performer and boasts a long resume to support that fact. I found his guidance invaluable. He invests a lot into his students and builds you up from where you are. Thanks Gordon!

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

few body warm ups, then vocal warm up excerises and correct breathing, check their ear and if they can match pitches, check range and then to tackle songs they want to work on to improve for them to perform.

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

i have a BFA from Boston Consevatory of Music and over 25 years on the road performing and touring. I teach master classes in performance and delivery and connection to a song. And been teach private voice lessons on and off for 15 yrs.

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

$35.00 for 30 min introduction and evaluation.

$55.00 for 45 minutes

$75.00 for 60 minutes

Block of 4/45 min lesson makes them $50.00 each
in advance

Holiday Special til Jan 15th
Block of 4/45 min lesson will be $47.00 each paid in advance

How did you get started teaching?

I have been directing choirs in church since I was a child. I started teaching about 15 yrs out of college after I took a break from performing and being on the road from overseas touring and headlining on cruise ships.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with beginnners young and old. Some work with children ages 8 and up. Also with those who sang when they were younger and want to get their chops back. As well as short terms students who just want to work on an audition piece for theater or something like the Voice or American Idol.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

My yearly Holiday Concert & Toy Drive in December. It is a concert that fills people with the spirt of giving to those who have less or have fallen on hard times while listening to the holiday music and the spirit of the season. Everyone is just alittle bit more happy and cheerful.

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

Look for a teacher you can relate to and who understands what you what and need to get out of your lessons. Sometimes it's not just all text book.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Where they want to be after lessons. Also what is the gold and where will they get to show off what they have learned and been working on.

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