With years of experience teaching online to students all over the world, you can trust Jessie will continue to facilitate high quality music education and performance opportunities through these challenging times.
Please go to www.midwestvocalacademy.net for more information.
MVA is here to facilitate you creating a life you love and having all students know the power of their own authentic voice. What would it be like to experience yourself as fully self-expressed, generous with your time and talents, and supported by an extraordinary teacher? A New York Vocal Coaching Teacher Training graduate, Jessie is a vocal technician coached by the best in the business. Jessie continues to seek out education that will provide her students an exceptional place to learn and grow as musicians, performers, and people. Jessie specializes in healthy vocalization including pop and broadway BELT. If you are interested in expanding your instrument into these or any other genera, please contact Jessie, you will not be disappointed.
A teacher of Grammy Nominees, The Voice competitors, State Honors Choir Singers, countless musical theatre, operetta, and opera performers and former performer herself, Jessie promises to facilitate lessons that make a difference for singers of all styles, ages, and genera. Jessie is also a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Minnesota Music Teachers Association, The Voice Foundation, and Minnesota River Valley Music Teachers Association. Midwest Vocal Academy and these associations provide over ten performance and competition opportunities per year for students of MVA.
From age 11 I knew I wanted to be a teacher. I love seeing things "click" and having students inspired to express themselves. Just recently I had a parent text me this, "I think lessons with you is one of the most beneficial things my child has ever done in terms of building confidence, lifting spirits, and improving her outlook!" This is what fulfillment is for me; seeing and hearing that people are succeeding and expressing themselves. I also very much enjoy the science, anatomy and physiology of singing. I am able to convey what is happening mechanically to help students achieve their vocal goals. You could say I'm a total voice nerd.
They react to your message and leave meaningful information for you to digest and than make your decision.
It was easy finding a teacher, and I feel like I got the perfect fit.
Despite being very shy and having no experience whatsoever with singing, she's been very patient and understanding with me and does really well at explaining things and even understanding anything that I myself may have trouble trying to describe
Best vocal pedagogy all the way from NYC! Not to mention - Jessie is both personable and professional.
Please feel free to call, text or email for more information. A Free Trial Lesson and New Student Lesson Packages are avialble to get a feel for my teaching style.
Please see my resume and testamonials at https://www.midwestvocalacademy.net.
Professional performance experience in Musical Theatre, Opera and Operetta, Jazz, Choral, Pop, Hip-Hop, Dance, Choreography, Music Direction, and Theatre Directing.
Certificates and Degrees from New York Vocal Coaching, Cardinal Stritch University and Luther College.
Memberships include National Association of Teachers of Singing, The Voice Foundation, Muisc Teachers National Association, Minnesota Music Teachers Association, Minnesota River Valley Music Teachers Association
FREE 30 minute mini-lesson or conversation upon request
New Student Initial Lesson: $35
New Student 4 Lesson Package: $140
Recurring 1 Hour Lessons: $75/Hour
Drop-In 1 Hour Lessons: $80/Hour
I knew I wanted to be a teacher since 5th grade. From age three I studied music; violin, french horn, trombone, bass, piano, voice and dance. I loved every moment of my music education and strive to be the teacher that I always wanted.
I work with singers, pianists, singer/songwriters, producers, and teachers age 5-105! Please see my resume and testamonials for more information.
Just today a student of mine sang a solo, for the first time. I'm so very glad I was there for her and that she fulfilled on her goal to sing for the audience.
Look for someone who is studied and practiced; someone who understands vocal anatomy and physiology and is able to help you grow your voice without any adverse effects. Also look for someone who you can connect with and respects your musical goals.
What are your goals?
What do you notice is holding you back vocally or personally from reaching your musical goals?
What do you want to create and will this teacher assist in that process?
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