An opera director recently told me at an audition:

for someone who has been singing and teaching as long as you, your voice is in great shape!”

 Maybe I’m  doing something right.

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Are you? 

I’ve learned…

from many fine teachers and colleagues:

a healthy, effective singing technique for myself, and how to pass it on.

from students of all levels and styles:

that the shared teacher-student experience improves us both.  

from audiences around the world:

singers have a unique way to communicate beauty to everyone.


Whether you communicate in the language of Puccini or Porter, Schumann or Sondheim,

let’s work together to find your own unique accent.

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Whether you are Amateur or Professional - Preparing for the spring musical, college auditions or solos - Just starting out to find your voice - Wanting to step up to a higher level - Let me share what I’ve learned from:

Over twenty years teaching music theater and classical voice, opera workshop and stage movement - Teaching at UNC Chapel Hill, Catholic University, University of Maryland, Shenandoah Conservatory, West Virginia University, Levine School of Music.

Performances in venues from ballgames at Nationals Park to stages at the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center - Fifty stage roles ranging from Figaro to Billy Bigelow, from Handel to World Premieres

Former students have appeared on stage, film and TV, including Disney Cruises, Disney Japan, Universal  Studios in Japan, National tours of Jersey Boys, Suessical, Wizard of Oz,  Kennedy Center, Signature Theater, Keegan Theater, Washington Savoyards, Imagination Stage, The IN-Series, Everyman Theater, Toby’s, NY Music Theater Festival, Washington  and New York Fringe Festivals, HBO, Nickelodeon, and USA Network.