Natalie's voice students perform on Broadway (currently Hadestown and Hamilton), Off-Broadway, on national tours, and with regional theaters across the country. A former opera singer herself, Natalie offers a healthy technique rooted in bel canto that allows singers to meet the demands of a professional musical theater career without strain or fatigue.
Natalie also enjoys working with amateurs and young singers and has successfully prepared numerous youngsters for acceptance into the Professional Performing Arts School and LaGuardia High School.
Natalie holds a Masters Degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy, and her performing career included such diverse roles as the title role in Carmen, Sesto in La Clemenza di Tito, and Desiree in A Little Night Music. In over 20 years of teaching, Natalie has taught vocal technique, sight-singing and music theory, and music history. In addition to her private studio, she is currently on faculty at Circle in the Square Theater School and at CAP 21/Molloy College.
Natalie's students perform on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on national tours, and with regional theaters across the country. A former opera singer, Natalie offers a healthy technique that allows singers to meet the demands of a professional career without strain or fatigue.
Natalie loves working with amateurs of all ages, whether adults who love to sing karaoke or teenagers who love to sing along with spotify. And for the more ambitious youngsters, Natalie successfully prepares numerous students every year for acceptance into the Professional Performing Arts School and LaGuardia High School in NYC.
Natalie also teaches sight-singing and music theory, specifically geared towards the needs of the professional working singer. Music theory can be incorporated into voice lessons, or taught on its own. Private lessons are always available, and group classes are available periodically or by demand.
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