MEET YOUR TEACHERS

 

Lindsay Mendez

Winner of the 2018 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Carousel" now on Broadway with Renee Fleming! Lindsay joined us during the 2017 season of SIVA where she brought all her artistic experience and talent to share with our students during her Master Classes.

Georgia Stitt

From on-set music supervisor for the Anna Kendrick/Jeremy Jordan film The Last Five Years to vocal coach on hit NBC shows (America's Got Talent & The Sound Of Music Live!), Georgia is coming back for a second year to work and train students.

Lee Nishri-Howitt

As a coach, Lee works with students from all over the world on all aspects of voice, text, and acting, to help them find physical and vocal focus and freedom, in order to allow their creativity, talent, and true self to come through their performance.

Sheri Sanders

As an actor, singer, and educator who loves high character work and pop music, Sheri created an audition class in NYC called Rock The Audition: A Masterclass in Auditioning for Rock Musicals – and it became a cult hit in NYC. She is the first person in the history of musical theatre to have audition cuts on the most popular sheet music site in the world, Musicnotes.

Judith Clurman

Emmy and Grammy nominated conductor, vocal educator, and choral specialist. She conducts Essential Voices USA (EVUSA), The Symphony Singers, collaborates with the New York Pops on their Carnegie Hall subscription series and with the New York Philharmonic, and is a member of the faculty at the Manhattan School of Music.

Sabrina Learman

Sabrina is on the voice faculty of Emerson College’s BFA Musical Theatre program, as well as New England Conservatory’s Preparatory School. Her students are heard and seen on Broadway and international tours; they have been accepted to the most prestigious, intensive conservatory and summer programs in musical theatre and opera, both nationally and abroad.

Michael Hanley

Michael Hanley joined Boston Conservatory at Berklee in 2015, as an assistant professor of voice, and teaches career skills courses. He is a sought-after pedagogue, combining his experience as a classical singer and teacher into well-rounded classical and musical theater teaching styles.

Mary Nessinger

Not only is Mary a professional singer and voice faculty at Princeton and Vassar College,  she has been heard in concert and recital throughout the United States and Europe. She is rapidly gaining attention for her critically acclaimed performances of some of last and this century's most dynamic works and for her astute interpretions of standard repertoire.

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