“"Best voice teacher around in my opinion. She understands not only the physiology of the voice but has a natural, encouraging way of communicating it to the student so they can "feel" it. Her piano skills are extraordinary, which allows her to concentrate on the student (not the accompaniment). She has a gift for teaching as well as performing and is a talented song writer too! Our daughter has studied with Tara for many years (both voice and piano) and has been inspired by the excellence she brings to her profession. She's the best!" ”
— Shannon Bruce, mother of student who now goes to Baldwin-Wallace
Do you struggle with the range, flexibility or tone of your voice? Do you wish you had some tools that made you feel like singing was easy and that you really enjoyed the sound of your own voice? Let me help you find that beautiful voice that is there inside of you.
What Can Voice Lessons Do for You?
Increase your confidence
Sing with energy and expression
Expand your range and not be afraid of certain notes
Sing with more freedom and not feel tired after doing a show
Learn to sing on key if you have been ever called a monotone
Learn to love your voice and find beauty in it.
WHO CAN BENEFIT
ADULTS , CHILDREN 12 and up
WORSHIP TEAM MEMBERS , CHOIR MEMBERS, CANTORS
PEOPLE WHO AUDITION
ANYONE WHO WANTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEIR VOICE
“Tara has been giving voice lessons to me for about 6 years. Her positive attitude has been a source of confidence building for me. Her knowledge of how to engage the voice for optimum results is what I wanted to learn. It does not happen overnight. We work on various warm-up patterns which involve different parts of the anatomy, such as breath control, enunciation, posture, all training the brain to combine these efforts for desired results. I enjoy the process; and the results. Even though I have been singing for all of my life (age 80) I know I sound better, having learned important techniques from Tara. Because I am in my church choir, I use my newly learned skills weekly. As I just said to one of my daughters this morning, you don't know what you don't know. The continuing improvement of something I enjoy gives me joy. Thanks, Tara! ”
— Betty Miller, Church Active Adult Musician