I was able
to almost double my singing range in six months with the vocal technique I teach!
I give private singing lessons (voice lessons) six days a week.
If you live in or visit the Orlando, Florida area, call to see if I
have any openings at (407) 696-6300.
If you don't live near Orlando, we can schedule a lesson on Skype, Facetime, or Google.
I am a professional singer. I have worked in bands touring 12 states in
the midwest and southeast U.S.
was the leader of my own 8 piece band, after which I moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where I worked, not only as a singer but
also as a professional musician for 18 years.
I am a member of NATS (The National Association
of Teachers of Singing). I'm also a songwriter, arranger, and a writer member of ASCAP. A "writer member"
is one whose music has had radio airplay and has been voted in to ASCAP (The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers).
I have written and produced jingles for radio in Las Vegas and in Orlando. I also have done voiceovers professionally and have 3 years experience in acting,
writing, directing, and creating sound effects in radio plays. In addition to singing in Las Vegas shows, I even worked lounges
there. One gig was 6 hours a night, 6 days a week. That was a test of endurance which is a tribute and success story to the
vocal techniques that I teach.
So, what is a vocal coach? I have studio experience as a singer, producer,
songwriter, arranger, musician and vocal coach. As a vocal coach, I have helped singers in the studio who were having problems
with tone, pitch, vowels, articulation and other issues. I helped them to sound their best. Some recording engineers are great
at what they do but most are NOT anything resembling a vocal coach. It simply is not what they are trained to do.
I can help you accompany yourself on piano. Many singers also enjoy
the experience of writing or co-writing original songs.
Pianists that you hear on
recordings of: pop, R&B, Jazz, and other styles are usually not reading "music". They are playing chords in
specific stylistic patterns. This is rarely taught by "traditional" piano teachers. Piano lessons can cover
reading, technique, music theory, accompaniment and even improvisation and arranging.
One of my students went from
being a NYC Rockette to landing a part in 'The Producers' (a Broadway Play). Some have recording contracts and others
perform in bands or in local theater.