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"She was so fundamental in the development of my voice. There's something so grounded about her approach to singing and teaching: it's not about impressing, it's about understanding what's not right and finding ways to fix it. It's about making it easy. I'm so glad she welcomed me into her studio with such warmth and grace."

—Guilherme, 21

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In-Person Lessons:

proof of full vaccination, including booster, required

Payment accepted via cash, Zelle, PayPal, or Venmo

1 hour lesson - $115

This includes the cost of studio rental

Virtual Lessons:

Lessons are taught virtually over Zoom, FaceTime, or Skype

Payment accepted via Zelle, PayPal, or Venmo

45-minute lesson - $70

4 Lesson package - $220

Lesson packages must be paid in advance of the first lesson and expire 1 year after the date of the first lesson. Within that period, lessons can be scheduled at any time!

To request a lesson, email

Cancellation Policy:

All lessons, both virtual and in-person, may be cancelled up to 72 hours in advance with no penalty.

Cancellations under 72 hours incur the following penalties**:

<72 hours: 25% of the lesson fee

<48 hours: 50% of the lesson fee

<24 hours: 100% of the lesson fee

**while I will make rare exceptions for emergency circumstances, this policy will be strictly enforced**


In addition to my performance work, I have been teaching voice in my private studio since 2015, and as a Vocal Tech coach with Music Theatre College Auditions since 2022.

In 2019 I received my post-graduate Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy with a focus in vocology from NYU, where I also worked from 2017 - 2019 as adjunct voice faculty.

My current private roster includes students of all ages and goals, from hobbyists to working professionals in the performing arts, across genres from classical to folk to rock.

Additionally, I work with non-singers who are experiencing vocal fatigue that impacts their professional and personal life, such as teachers, entrepreneurs, and actors, to develop greater comfort in their voices, and when necessary, refer to a medical professional.

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