Some Frequently Asked Questions:

WHAT IS THE AGE RANGE OF YOUR STUDENTS? Currently, my youngest students are between the ages of 7-10. The majority of my students (I have a total of about 30), are in High School and Middle School, and I have a few adults whom I coach from time to time. So you see, I teach all ages. With the younger singers, I tend to focus more on the play-acting aspect of singing and how to breathe correctly rather than the development of their voices. We don't get too technical until they have reached puberty and their larynxes are fully developed.

DO I NEED TO PREPARE FOR MY LESSONS? You or your child should have a folder or binder in which to keep your/his/her music; and a recording device of some kind (i.e. cell phone i-pod, blackberry, i-phone, Digital recorder...) on which to record your lessons so that you/he/she may practice. Keeping a glass of room-temperature water handy is also ideal.

WILL I EVER SING IN FRONT OF ANYONE ELSE, BESIDES YOU? In June 2003, I began having an "End of the Voice Lessons Year" Recital for those of my students who want to gain experience singing in public. It is not mandatory, but since singing is one of the Performing Arts, I highly encourage it. I am also a vocal coach for Emerging Artists Recording Studio in Fairfield, CT, and have also worked with Power Play Sound in Hartsdale, NY. I have brought several of my students there to record their demo CDs for college applications; professional work or for fun! We recorded a Voice Lessons, Plus... CD, entitled "In the Mix". It includes twelve of my students singing their favorite songs!

HOW MUCH WILL THIS COST? Please inquire by e-mail:



If you are unable to have a lesson, I need to have at least 24 hour's notice, and then we can certainly schedule a make-up. Without this notice, the lesson is lost. If, however, I cannot teach a lesson, I will definitely schedule a make-up, or extend your payment period an extra week. Canceling due to inclement weather is completely understandable and does not require a day's notice. Thank you for your cooperation.

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