Miss Lori’s Studio In Cheshire
Voice / Singing lessons ~~ Piano Lessons
Performance classes – Acting, Musical Theater, Music Theory, Sight Singing, improvisation
Serving Cheshire, Bethany, Meriden, Prospect, North Haven, Wallingford, Southington
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Voice Lessons / Singing lessons
ALL STYLES ALL LEVELS
Private, one-hour lessons
Work includes – increasing range, boosting self-confidence, acting for musical theater, coaching for auditions, smoothing out the break, sight singing, pitch improvement, stopping “strain”, and much more. My method will enable you to sing without damaging your voice.
I specialize in fixing the HEAD VOICE VS CHEST VOICE problem. I can address all of your other vocal concerns as well.
Register here for Voice Lessons
IMPROV CLASS BEGINS FRIDAY, NOV 2 AT 4:30!
For Grades 6, 7, and 8
Classes will be at Miss Lori’s studio in North Cheshire
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STAR*TIME Classes for grades 3,4, 5
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Star Time Classes will begin in 2019 –
PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN REGISTERING!
Contact Miss Lori for more information – 929-220-7749
Thirty-minute lessons for ages 4 and up
Forty-five minute lessons for beginners. Instructor Joseph Stapleton
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voice lessons in Cheshire
Lori trained at SUNY Old Westbury College with a major in music theory and jazz composition, and privately with vocal coaches Barbara Feller and Carmen Baron; and at Emerson College for Theater.
Lori has been a professional singer, musician, actress and composer for over 35 years.
She has been teaching for the last 22 years.
Professional credits include Off Broadway, Television, Film and Radio.
Assistant Director KLAATU Improvisation Troupe , NYC
Writer / Director /Performer Urban Legends animated cartoon series
Voice lessons are available for all ages and levels – Professionals as well as intermediate and beginners.
Former students have been in the original cast of the Tony-winning “Billy Elliot” on Broadway, opened for Amy Schumer, Olivia Newton-John and Michael McDonald, made it to round two for American Idol and The Voice, sung with Debbie Gibson, and performed opera professionally.