Edvy Vocal Studio

Edvy Vocal Studio

5.0 (2)
1 employee
12 years in business

About this pro

Many singing techniques focus on a muscular approach and seem to produce a limited outcome. That is why often times, singers become overwhelmed with traditional concepts such as; “sing from your diaphragm” or “breath with books on your belly.” Modern science has proven these theories to be outdated.  We now know that the diaphragm does not receive signals from the brain during exhalation, so methods like these sell the singer short of their true potential. 

Edvy’s Vocal Studio was developed to strengthen singers’ mind-body connection, through various techniques and methods, all of which were created to provide the proper tools for building your own vocal journey. Together, we create a visual map that is based on the human anatomy, the chakra system, the alignment of the spine and physics. 

Inspired by the science of singing, sound and healing, Edvy’s Vocal Studio has been a home to singers from all over the world and is now accepting new students

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Brooklyn, NY 11218
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2 Reviews


  • Dave Rivkin

    Ariella is the best! Thanks to her, I can sing with ease and confidence. She taught me how to turn my weaknesses into my strengths and I am forever grateful!

  • Daniel H

    I love this teacher so much!! She is the best Vocal coach I have ever worked with( and I have worked with many) She is kind, professional and fun! can't wait to go over my new songs with her!

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

One of the most important aspects of becoming a singer is discovering your true voice. 

The first step toward developing your own sound is to have a tangible understanding of how the voice really works. Although the voice is hidden from our eyes, we can sense it in other ways; we can feel it move through our body in the form of vibration. Therefore, as singers, we must learn how to see the sound within the space it resonates in. 

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

City college- Jazz performance 

Brooklyn college- Linguistics 

How did you get started teaching?

People who saw me perform  asked about my process and eventually became students :)

What types of students have you worked with?

All levels all ages. For fun, for speaking, for lecturing, for singing auditions, for recording, performing, pain managment and stress reduction.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Recently one of my students Recorded her debuted album.

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

make sure you click with the teacher. Lessons should feel good!

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

what are there goals? 

Lessons offered

Music Performance Lessons Music Theory Lessons Singing Lessons Vocal Training Lessons Voice Lessons Speaking Voice Training Classical Voice Lessons Jazz Voice Classes Music Recording Classes Opera Voice Lessons Stage Performance Training