After teaching students of all ages and experience levels over the past decade, Rebecca has harnessed a particular passion for helping teenage and adult students find their musical voices and fall in love with the art form. Rebecca's teaching sphere has primarily revolved around voice, piano, music theory, and music history. However, over the past few years, she has also been training extensively in the Alexander Technique and has consequently been incorporating these new pedagogical skills into her teaching studio.
Rebecca is interested in building long-term relationships with students and helping facilitate a meaningful musical journey. She is more than happy to help prepare potential students for upcoming performances, auditions, and engagements with the understanding that building on musical skills is something that only becomes more enjoyable and fulfilling with time.
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
*Online only due to Covid-19
Singing lessons will be tailored to the individual student's goals, interests, and experience levels and will involve a constant dialogue between teacher and student to guarantee satisfaction and enhance the learning experience. Rebecca teaches all styles and genres, including (but not limited to) classical/ opera, musical theater/ Broadway, pop, rock, R&B, and folk. Rebecca encourages voice students to take initiative when it comes to how they would like to develop as singers, whether that be in pursuit of a performance career, pure hobby, or stress relief.
Each voice lesson typically adheres to the following schedule:
> Time to discuss progress and answer any questions or identify problems that came up during practice between lessons
> Warm-up and technical exercises
> Repertoire work
> Discussion of goals and objectives for the upcoming week