The studio is currently full and not currently accepting any new students. If you would like to inquire about future openings, please fill out the form at the bottom of the page. 

~ Sara

Voice Lessons

Ready to get into that high school musical? Trying out for a solo or prepping for District choir? Perhaps you’re a seasoned singer, but find yourself struggling with some recent vocal changes, or you’re ready to up your performance game.

If so… you’ve found the right place. 

I teach a wide variety of genres including musical theatre, jazz, contemporary, classical, opera, and pop/rock. Our lessons will focus on developing proper breathing, resonance, and tone production, in addition to performance style and interpretation.

On music experience: It is best if students are able to read music or have experience playing another instrument, preferably piano. 

But it’s not a deal breaker if you can’t read music. 

  • The Who and What: Voice lessons are available for ages 12 and older.  Students should have access to an acoustic piano or small keyboard for practice purposes, or be prepared to invest $9 a month into an accompaniment app. Lessons occur once a week, every week. Drop-ins are available during daytime hours. 
  • Suggested Materials: Voice students must bring a 3-ring binder, current music repertoire, and a bottle of water to each lesson. Recording devices, such as iDevices, smart phones, small audio recorders, or USB flash drives are strongly recommended.
  • Practice Expectations: Voice students are expected to practice enough to reach their lesson goals each week. Practice should focus on both vocalises and repertoire; voice students must memorize their repertoire. (This is how we get to the good stuff!)

Piano Lessons

Brand new to piano lessons? Maybe your child had lessons before, but they felt too “cookie cutter” and didn’t ignite a passion for music. (Hey, that happened to me once too.)

I teach a variety of piano students, and they all have one thing in common: They love to create music. 

So whether you’re 7 years old or 47 years old, if you’re looking for a teacher who will help nurture your love for music, this could be the studio for you.

Piano students will explore a variety of genres including classical, popular, jazz and blues, and improvisation. . We focus on establishing healthy technique so that you can enjoy playing for years to come.

  • The Who and What: Piano lessons are available for beginner through early advanced, beginning age 7 and older. Lessons occur once a week, every week.
  • Required Materials: Must have access to a fully functional and well-tuned piano or full-sized weighted keyboard or digital piano for daily practice. Students should bring their music method books and repertoire to each lesson. Additional materials (piano book bag, metronomes, music, flash cards) may also be recommended.
  • Practice Expectations: A student’s progress is determined by dedicated practice, not by simply attending lessons. Ideally, students should practice at least 3-4 days a week. Specific amounts of practice time are not assigned to each student. Instead, students should practice long enough to complete their weekly assignment.

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