voice lessons

Schedule a Voice Lesson or Send Me an Email Message

Click here to schedule a lesson or send me an email message.

Or call 212.989.0826.

Private Instruction and Fees

Free initial phone consultation.

Hourly lessons are available by appointment.

All private instruction takes place in my studio in Chelsea, New York, which is easily accessible by the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E and F lines.

Fees are as follows:

  • 1-Hour Lesson – $100
  • 5-Pack 1-Hour Lesson – $450 ($90 per lesson if paid in advance)*
  • Payment accepted by Cash, Check, PayPal or Credit Card

*All 5 pack lessons must be taken within an 8-week period.

24 hour cancellation policy.

Contact me either by phone 212.989.0826 or by clicking here.

I also play the piano and all lessons are recorded.

Skype Lessons

You can now schedule 30 minute Skype “touch-up” lessons. This is a great solution for those students who are working out of town. Fees for Skype lessons must be paid online via PayPal using the link below, unless other arrangements for payment have been made.

30 minute Skype lesson – $55 (payable by PayPal)


To schedule a Skype lesson, contact me either by phone at 212.989.0826 or email me by clicking here.

My Teaching Philosophy

For all of my students, I believe in a free sound which starts with correct body alignment through the Alexander Technique and incorporating the McClosky and Linklater relaxation exercises. The most complete thoracic-epigastric and abdominal breath management would be taught for a thorough muscular event.

For my classical singers, the Italian Chiaroscuro (clear/ dark) balance of sound is taught through a poised larynx; a greater feeling of back space with a frontal resonance.

For my contemporary commercial singers, actors and dancers, I teach all of the various styles from legit, to mix to belt which must be used in order to gain employment as a Broadway performer.

Since I have participated in two internships with speech pathologists in leading hospitals in the New York area, I also work therapeutically with students with vocal pathologies.