Voice Lessons in TriBeCa, NY
The teachers working with Encore Music Lessons are capable of teaching voice students of all different levels. No matter where you're starting from, lessons are sure to help you improve.
Take Voice Lessons in the Convenience of Your Home or at a Teacher's Studio Close By in NYC
It couldn't be easier! Voice lessons can be in your home, office or in a teacher's studio, and are available in most parts of NYC.
You can talk with one of our friendly staff about starting lessons by calling (212) 537-6746.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Students in the TriBeCa area have the option of taking voice lessons in the comfort of their home or in a teacher's studio.
- Affordable Alternatives: Select a voice lesson length that fits your budget .
- Conveniant Schedules : With a such a wide array of voice teachers in TriBeCa, students will find it's easy to connect with the right teacher.
- Registration is Free: It costs nothing to sign up!
- No Semester System or Term Contracts.
Education: Bachelor of Arts in Musical Theatre Performance (BA), Jacksonville University 
Influences: Musical theater/Jazz: Sarah Brightman (when I was 10 years old), Ella..
Education: Master of Music in Music Performance (MM), New York University 
Influences: My influences here range from Rodgers and Hammerstein and Rodgers and Hart, to..
Education: Bachelor of Music Technology w/Concentration in Composition (BM ), Duquesne University School of Music 
Education: Bachelor of Music with an emphasis on Opera Performance (Bachelor), The Boston Conservatory of Music 
Influences: Audra McDonald, Kristin Chenoweth, Kelli O'Hara, Mirelle Freni, Rebecca Luker
Education: Masters of Music in Opera Performance (Voice) (MM), Indiana University - Jacobs School of Music 
Eric, has really helped me out. I have been drumming off and on for some years now, but after being injured in Iraq while serving with The U.S. Army and losing all of my sight in an explosion, I never thought i'd return to the throne. He truly cares about working with me to develop systems and techniques to drum past my hand and visual impairments. Thanks for everything Erric!Steve - Glen Ellyn, IL Teacher: Eric S.
About the Voice
A melisma occurs when a singer switches pitch while singing the same syllable. It is used heavily in baroque vocal music, as well as to a somewhat lesser extent in popular music.