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Emily is a New York City based voice coach and performer. She graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Drama, and minors in Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health Studies and Social Work.

Emily loves the stage and screen equally, but she started her performing arts journey in Musical Theatre at age of six. She knew even then that being a working artist would be the big dream. She has since made it her mission to understand the science of singing across all genres. Over the last few years, she's taken courses at The CCM Vocal Pedagogy Institute at Shenandoah University (including Training Young Singers, Teaching Pop/Rock Styles, Musical Theatre Styles), and completed the Acoustic Vocal Pedagogy Workshop at The New England Conservatory of Music.

Outside the studio, Emily is actively pursuing a career in the arts, and she brings first-hand industry experience to every lesson. She'll be your biggest fan, and your most excitable creative nerd.

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We put a lot of weight on the word talent, especially when it comes to the arts. Some mistakenly believe that talent is something you’re either born with, or you’re not. In reality, talent is learned and earned. Like anything else, singing and acting are skills, and anyone can learn a skill if they're determined & disciplined.

It takes time before technique becomes second nature, but the journey is worth it, and so is the end result.


Your voice is an instrument, with lots of moving pieces. The more you learn about your instrument, the easier it will be to use your voice efficiently and effectively. I aim to make every student at my studio a Smart Singer. Smart Singers understand their instruments and rely on their technique - and they're more likely to maintain vocal health throughout adolescence, into young adulthood, and beyond.

This is true for all artists, but it's especially important for young singers! It's not uncommon for young singers to develop bad vocal habits, especially as their voices change. Let's get ahead of that! 


Studies show that confident performers improve faster. In other words, performers who trust their instincts grow at a faster rate than performers who spend time worrying about "failing."

Training will hone your instincts and give you the knowledge you need to understand your strengths and weaknesses. I will be your biggest fan and your loudest cheerleader on your creative journey, and I'll encourage you to take ownership of your unique voice. Embrace the silly, laugh at mistakes, and make the decision to love your voice as it changes and grows!


Singing requires full-body engagement, focus, and lots of practice. It encourages deep breathing & activation of supportive muscles (including some that we don't even think about on the day-to-day). And, just like exercising at the gym, singing releases endorphins. So not only is singing a physical workout, it's also beneficial to our mental health! Every body is different, and so is every voice.

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