This is a wonderful opportunity to work one-on-one from anywhere in the world with an experienced teacher to address personal vocal goals. Proper vocal technique (which includes understanding the vocal instrument, enhancing your breath support, addressing vowel formation, and becoming consistent with vocal placement) can be applied to any musical style: jazz, pop, musical theater, singer songwriter or R&B.
These private sessions enable singers to gain vocal mastery, develop a range of choices to deliver the style they desire, and maintain a healthy voice in any performing situation.
Advanced, Intermediate or Beginning Singers:
- Improve your vocal technique.
- Work through the break in your voice.
- Determine the best key for your songs.
- Prepare repertoire for an audition/performance/recording.
- Expand your phrasing ideas and emotional interpretation.
- Develop your musicianship & ear training.
- Address your specific vocal needs and musical questions.
- Strengthen your speaking voice.
$100 One Hour
$75 Three-Quarter Hour
$50 Half Hour
10% discount available when buying a series of four lesson on consecutive weeks.
Vocalist and recording artist Ellen Robinson has been teaching singing students of all levels and ages for over 40 years in pop, musical theater and jazz styles, as well as directing vocal groups and teaching singing classes. She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Currently, in addition to her private students and performing career, she teaches vocal workshops at the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley, musical theater at Stagebridge in Oakland, and is the director of the Anything Goes Choruses in San Francisco and Oakland. Ellen has been a vocal instructor at U.C. Berkeley Extension, a choral director for the Oakland Youth Chorus and a music teacher at Walden Center & School in Berkeley and Beacon School in Oakland.