Successful Voice
69 Main Street, 69 Main Street, New Britain CT, 06051
Instruments: Voice
Styles: Classical, Jazz, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Rock - Alternative, Kids, World
Levels: Advanced
Experience: 20 years
Rate: $75 / hr
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The Successful Voice is your voice resource, helping you find solutions for your voice through a systematic training system for: pop, opera, kids, songwriters, choirs, rock, folk, jazz, world, speakers, actors, tv anchors, radio hosts, voiceover artists, vocal rehabilitation clients. Singing lessons, voice consultations, vocal training, speech training, voice seminars, voice workshops, songwriting lessons, songwriting classes, choir consultations, choir seminars, piano lessons, composition lessons, theory lessons, vocal health seminars. Locations: downtown New Britain, the studio in New Milford (near Kent), at St. Mary the Virgin in Chappaqua, and at Shetler Studios in New York City. Lessons are also given online through Skype. On the website, you can sign up for the newsletter and also link to the blog at
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