Voice Lessons

If you child is looking for voice instruction to augment what they are learning at Singing Onstage, please reach out to any of these wonderful teachers for lessons:

1. Julie Foster. Julie teaches voice lessons out of Singing Onstage Studio as well as her home in Lemont. Julie shares that “learning to sing should be a joyful experience. We will focus on everything from becoming comfortable with your voice to advanced techniques like finding your belt, vocal mix, developing your head voice, vocal dynamics and music theory. I can help you learn how to reach your full potential as a vocalist, gain awareness of what’s holding you back, and give you the tools and techniques to fix it. I am passionate about teaching singers to use the healthiest technique when singing so you have the ability to sing for a lifetime. My teaching philosophy builds voices to last throughout the demands of a professional career.” For more information about her studio, please visit: https://juliefosterstudio.com/

2. Val Flamini. Val has been teaching private voice to a wide range of age groups for 15 years and been a music educator for 22 years. She teaches in-person in State College. For more information about her studio, please visit: https://www.sohumstudio.com/

3. Amanda Silliker. Amanda teaches in person in Bellefonte (if the student is vaccinated) and on Zoom if not. She does incorporate some sight singing/music theory into her lessons and has students sing from a wide variety of repertoire, not just musical theatre. She charges $50 for a 45 minute lesson. Contact her at: amanda.silliker.mezzo@gmail.com