I have degree in Music in Vocal Performance from UNC Charlotte. I studied with Jeanette LoVetri one of the pioneers of developing the healthy belt in musical theatre. I have studied acting with several prominent acting instructors in NYC, England, Poland, North Carolina, and Georgia. I teach at an acting studio that offers group classes. I teach Voiceover, Musical Theatre, Acting for Stage/Camera, Improv, Singing Lessons, Private Acting Lessons, Business of Actinng Consultations, and Audition Tapings. I focus on a holistic approach to the genres making sure that it incorporates the entire body and mind. In these artistic endeavors your entire self is the instrument.
I enjoy encouraging my students to develop confidence in their craft and preparing them to succeed in their endeavors. The light bulb moments when concepts connect are the most satisfying to see.
Daniel is awesome, my son loves working with him. He is very patient, understanding and professional. We will continue working with Daniel.
I begin with getting to know the the student and what they are passionate about in their art. We set goals and a direction to proceed that will benefit them depending on their desire for self actualization or making this a career. Exercises and real world experience are what we follow to make these a reality.
I have a Bachelor's degree in music in Vocal Performance. I have also extensively studied theatre and dance while in college. While in New York I studied with Jeanette LoVetri who focuses on the holistic whole body approach to singing, specifically the development of belting technique that is healthy for the voice which is a developing concept in the field. My Acting training has been with several premiere instructors like Susan Batson, Bob McAndrew, Lon Bumgarner, in addition to workshops with influential talent agents and casting directors in the field of on camera and stage acting. I have been teaching for over 5 years in a studio setting and privately for 10.
My pricing is $25 for 30 minutes and $45 for an hour.
I began teaching when I was in college and helping some of my theatre friends who had never taken voice lessons. I learned that I had a passion for helping people realize and come to solutions themselves and be aware of what they are doing rather than just giving an answer. The why's of the technique and how it happens are the most important if you want to adjust to your situation.
I have worked with students of all ages, and all levels of work experience. From first time actor or singer to established professional in the entertainment industry. I have done this in person and virtually.