Have a question about the logistics of a session?

Where is your studio located and what are its hours?

My studio is located in Hell’s Kitchen, and I train between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. EST Monday thru Friday. Here are the digs:

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Do you work with singers outside the studio’s regular hours?

Yes! To accommodate clients in different time zones and countries, I make sure my weekdays are flexible. If you don’t see a time in my calendar that works for you, reach out to me with your availability and I’ll make it happen.

What is the studio’s cancellation policy?

I have a 48-hour cancellation policy.

What’s the average session look like?

Sessions are one hour. While the shape of the session is flexible, it generally starts with warm-ups and vocal technique, followed by any material the student wants to work on.

Do you tickle the ivories?

Yup, really well.

Do you have a music library?

Yes. Over 5,000 song titles covering most of the musical theatre canon, the American Songbook, and some pop.

Do you work with performers who have never sang before?

Yes, voice building is a large part of my work. I have tons of experience building voices from the ground up and transforming them into marketable instruments.

I’m trained classically and only sing “legit music theatre.” Can I sing today’s contemporary musical theatre?

Yes, I do a great deal of successful crossover training.

What is your educational background?

I participated in the Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute’s precollege voice training program and earned a BFA in vocal performance from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Believing that learning never ends, I take voice lessons on a regular basis and participate in ongoing pedagogical and voice-science education. Completed levels I, II, and III of Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method.


I help performers land roles on Broadway, survive eight-show weeks, and endure one-night-only pop tours.