Around here,

I’m holding space for your voice to shine -

both inside and out!

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If singing is nourishment for the soul, then why does it sometimes feel stressful, anxiety-provoking and frustrating?

Do you ever just want to feel comfortable and confident in your own voice?

Oh, I’m so glad we found each other, friend!

That’s where I can help.

I’m Gina, and I work with singers who want to find ease and freedom in their singing and in their daily lives. I teach dedicated students who desire serious vocal training, a supportive learning environment, and a rejuvenated spirit.

With a holistic approach to teaching, the studio combines voice science, cross training, theory, athleticism, mindset techniques and historical research with the individual interests and learning styles of each student.

Students are curious and share a love of learning, an openness to a variety of musical styles, and a passion for developing their artistry to the fullest. Students not only want to achieve their vocal potential, but also want to feel inspired, relaxed and invigorated when they leave the studio.

Lessons and classes offer a safe space to explore and give you the tools to feel good about yourself and your voice - sprinkled with just the right amount of tough love to encourage growth and progress toward your goals.

With degrees from Northwestern University and San Francisco Conservatory of Music, teaching experience with the Manhattan Girls Chorus, 92Y and the Professional Performing Arts School, and performance experience in some of New York’s most respected spaces, I know what it takes to nurture your instrument, and I’m excited to help you every step of the way!


Ready to get started?

Let’s grow your beautiful voice!


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Musical Beginnings

Our earliest experiences shape us

Here are six of my musical firsts:

  • First instrument: Piano

  • First musical: The Phantom of the Opera in Toronto

  • First Broadway show: Jekyll & Hyde

  • First opera: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

  • First leading role in a musical: Grace Farrell in Annie, Jr.

  • First concert: Boyz II Men with Mary J Blige and Montell Jordan


Student Experiences

Our work together, including preparation of an audition piece, helped me realize my goal of singing in a chorus. The variety in the instruction—ideas, exercises, images, resources, etc.—gives me a lot of options, and I always feel engaged.
— Faye
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Your life is your greatest work of art.


Live more peacefully, joyfully and creatively with music in your heart.

Love your voice, love your life!

Want to learn more about working together?

Hop on over to our studio offerings!