CHUCK STEWART - International Vocal Coach
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International Vocal Coach Chuck Stewart teaching singing for 25 years

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  • "My voice cracks when I sing."
  • "I wish I could sing higher."
  • "I get hoarse after singing"
  • "I lose my voice after I sing."
  • "High notes won't come out unless I scream or yell."
  • "My throat hurts after I sing."          
  • "I don't breathe correctly when I sing."  
  • "I am 'pitchy' (sharp or flat).
  • "I have trouble singing riffs." 
  • "I don't have any confidence."                      
  I also do singing lessons online using Skype, FaceTime, Or Google.  People from: Australia, England, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, Switzerland, and Turkey have done onine singing lessons with me.  ALSO, PEOPLE IN several states in the U.S. have done online singing lessons with me, using Skype, Facetime, or Google Video.   

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 singing lesson online, using Skype, Facetime, or Google.  

I am a professional singer.  I have worked in bands touring 12 states in the midwest and southeast U.S.
I 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.