You Can Own Your Voice.
Owning your voice looks different for everyone. It can be anything from speaking with more volume, to giving a presentation at work, or asking for what you need, to saying ‘I love you’, or simply saying ‘no’.
You don’t need to wait for the right moment to step into your voice. It can be now.
Maybe it feels scary, but you’re not alone. We can guide you on your journey to free your voice and build confidence through self expression.
“Lessons with Samantha are a cross between vocal work and therapy. She's an amazing vocalist and an even more incredible human being that works hard to create a safe space in her studio that allows for creativity and experimentation and insecurities and successes, etc... I can't say enough about my experiences working with Sam, I would recommend her to anyone.”
“Sam is the best. I’ve played piano for years but never learned to sing – Sam has changed that. I feel comfortable with my voice like I never have before, and I will be performing in my first show in several weeks. She’s understanding and truly cares…more like a vocal coach/friend/therapist than just a vocal coach alone. If the idea of learning to sing ever crossed your mind, I’d urge you to talk to Sam.”
“Sam is the greatest. She’s really helped me build confidence in my voice and overcome the hurdles of singing alone in front of someone. (I now find myself singing in the park and on my walk home without thinking of who is around). I know the more I continue to work with her the stronger my true voice will become and I continue to notice the notes I’ve broken through that I wasn’t able to reach before. She has a real niche for pulling those out of you!”
“If I haven’t had a chance to say thanks, I wanted to take this opportunity to do so. You helped me with mechanics and confidence, what I really needed to get rolling. You had a great perspective and focused on just what I needed, and were a definite pleasure to learn from.”
“The positive vibes my daughter is getting there are just so important for her self esteem right now. She was beaming and telling me that at first she was shy and didn’t let go with the song, but by the end she was dancing all over the studio singing it. That has a lot to do with you, Sam, and how comfortable you are making her feel – pushing the limits. Thanks so much.”
“I just want to say thank you for the showcase, it was a wonderful experience. I now, with confidence, can say I am a musician. I am so happy to have found you – you have opened another door in this chapter of my life and I hope to always have you with me through my successes.”
“My experiences here have let me grow both as a musician and as a person. Sam is a very open and supportive teacher who has provided me with guided instruction as well as opportunities for musical experimentation. I have become a better musician while studying here.”