A Note From Eugenia
My passion is the voice. Specifically my passion is exploring and freeing the voice and guiding my students as they discover their vocal expression. Every singer I work with is unique with varying backgrounds, personality types, and learning styles and my passion is meeting each student where they are on their vocal journey and empowering them to grow. The opportunity to work with artists is a great privilege and something I never take lightly.
I am a vocal pedagogy nerd, I am a lifelong student of my own voice which often inspires my teaching. I am not at all interested in “homogenizing” your voice, removing or altering that which makes your voice distinctively YOURS. What I am concerned with is addressing your individual vocal challenges, meeting your goals as an artist and freeing your voice to find its unique power, strength and beauty.
A professional actor, singer, teacher with a diverse voice studio that includes students at Laguardia Performing Arts School in NYC. Eugenia graduated with a BA in music with honors from High Point University and a masters in voice from Mannes Conservatory in New York City. Eugenia is a multifaceted performer who enjoys singing and teaching all genres of music from classical opera, jazz improv to pop. Eugenia studied classical pedagogy during her masters degree and since graduating has incorporated a more holistic method of vocal training. By combining her classical training with modern scientific understanding of anatomy, Eugenia uses many tools to teach her students. A core value Eugenia believes in is vocal diversity. Gone are the days of teaching only one genera, singers should be encouraged to diversify and explore all facets of their voices. Eugenia has taught a wide age range of students from preschool to seniors as well as students with many learning diagnoses. It is Eugenia’s mission to bring joy and passion into every lesson, inspiring students to not only explore their artistic practice but also and more importantly to find the courage to be bold on and off the stage.