Liz understands there are unique qualities in every voice and strives to bring out the best qualities in the individual’s voice. With a contemporary curve, Liz designs a custom program for each individual including education about the anatomy of the voice and its care; classical vocal exercises; contemporary song studies; a touch of theory; and other activities to find and enhance the quality of each individual voice… “The vocal cords are muscles; with proper toning and conditioning, their strength can be heard.”
Liz is a classically trained vocalist with a performance background in rock, pop, musical theatre, classical & christian hymns/pop music. Liz has been singing since she learned how to talk and studying vocal technique since 1993. She has studed with a variety of private vocal instructors in Colorado, California & New York and at Metropolitan State College (Denver, CO), Sacramento City College, & American River College.
Liz has performed at a variety of small, medium & large venues in several different states, but her favorite of them all was Carnegie Hall in New York. In addition to performing, Liz has been paid to write songs for local musical theatre companies, has been musical director for a production of “The Music Man” and “Evil Dead the Musical” and has written songs for film/tv/advertisements. Liz has also had the opportunity to record a few voice overs, including one for a radio advertisement. Her most current projects are with original band, The Bitter Elegance (www.thebitterelegance.com).
Rates and General Lessons Info
Monthly rate: $130 per month (paid in advance)
Number of Lessons Per Month: 4
Lesson length: 30 minutes
Lesson days at Tague: Tuesday’s
Contact Liz at Liz@MusicVibing.com to schedule lessons or ask questions
Liz’s lessons website at www.MusicVibing.com
Liz’s Educational YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/c/MusicLessonsbyElizabethPrince
Liz has been teaching vocal lessons since Sept 2005
Styles/Genres Liz teaches
Rock, pop, musical theatre & classical; or any style that inspires her student.