I teach great students of all ages, socially distanced via Zoom. Remote lessons save time, gas, and energy
From absolute beginners to award-winning soloists to rock band members, I teach a wide variety of voices. No matter what your style is, healthy singing starts in the same place.
About me - singing has always been a part of my life. My dad is a singer/songwriter, I grew up in choirs, and I received full-ride college scholarships in both classical voice and vocal jazz. I sing locally with musicians of all types.
I have been teaching full-time for about 10 years. In that time, I have helped my students achieve their singing goals. I have had 12 students place in the top 10 at the OSAA State Solo competition, had a student surprise her new husband with a serenade at their wedding reception, and coached a professional performer on keeping his voice singing several hours every night.
Come in and we will work towards your goals!
I love being able to share my love of music while helping others build their skills and pursue their passion - it's a great feeling.
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I learn about you - your singing history, music you like (and don't like), and your reasons for taking lessons.
I hear your voice and make a game plan on how to get your voice where you want it to be.
I studied music at University of Arizona - I was there for opera performance and also vocal jazz.
I have been a member of some of the most prestigious vocal groups in the NW, and have worked with amazing vocal educators.
Lessons are once a week, and paid monthly before the first lesson of the month.
Half hour lessons are $100/month, and full hour lessons are $180
I combined my attributes as a lifelong musician and being from a family of education professionals and found my calling.
- Junior high and high school students
- Musical theater students
- Classical students
- Adult beginners
- Parents of younger students
Define your singing goals - do you want to sing at church, be in a professional show, or learn to sight read music?
Questions to ask a potential teacher -
what is your singing background?
what is your teaching style?
what styles of music are you comfortable teaching?