In the ClassroomStephanie Lynge
Private Voice and Coaching
College Teaching Experience
Business of the Biz

First off, let’s remember, Singing is Fun.  In my studio, I foster a supportive, relaxing, and above all SAFE space where you can learn new techniques and work through those fears that get in your way. 

The first thing you need is good basic technique.  I’m talking about the big 3:  Breathing, Placement, and Resonation.  In my classes, I make sure you have great basic technique.  I believe that once we ground you in the basics, the sky is the limit to what you can do and where you can go.  My extensive professional experience has helped me hone my own vocal technique and exposed me to a myriad of teaching techniques.  I use this knowledge to help me find the right technique and the right teaching style for you.  Singing is not a “One Size Fits All” activity.  Let me help you find your voice.

As an industry professional and a working NY actor, I have put my 15 years of professional theater experience to good use in my classes.  I have taught Broadway actors and absolute beginners.  The one thing all of my students have in common is they want to learn to sing better.  And they do.

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