Voice Lessons at Wilton Music Studios

Why Should I Take Voice Lessons at WMS?

Our voice teachers will design your lessons in a way that will meet the needs of each student, whether they are beginners or more mature musicians. Whether you’re just starting out, getting ready for Western Regional or All-State, or you’re preparing for auditions or performances, our voice teachers will be able to tend to your vocal needs.

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Voice Fun fact

Singing actually predates the development of spoken language!

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What Styles of Music Do We Teach in Your Voice Lessons?

Your teacher at Wilton Music Studios will craft singing lessons to fit the needs and interests of the student. As singing exists in all cultures and every kind of music the possibilities are practically endless and your teacher will lead you through any style of music your heart desires. All students are schooled in the fundamentals of technique so they are able to explore every genre of music that may interest them with confidence.

Historical Singing Tidbits

Singing is so basic to humankind that its origins are long lost in antiquity. It is likely the earliest singing was a simple imitation of the sounds heard in nature. The voice is presumed to be the original musical instrument, and there is no human culture, no matter how remote or isolated, that does not sing. Not only is singing ancient and universal, historically, it goes far beyond simply being a part of the entertainment. Singing has always been a natural and important part of daily life.

Who Are Our Music Teachers?

Everyone on our faculty is a professional performing musician and very at home teaching all ages and levels.  They are tuned in to the needs of each student since everyone learns differently. Our teachers have graduated from some of the world’s greatest conservatories including the Manhattan School of Music, Mannes College of Music, Oberlin Conservatory, the Aaron Copland School of Music, the Bard College-Conservatory of music and serve on the faculties of many schools and universities, including the Mannes College of Music, Western Connecticut University, Sacred Heart University and the University of Bridgeport.

Erin Knapp-Hynes

Erin Knapp Hynes holds a Masters of Music degree in Voice Pedagogy and Performance from Westminster Choir College of Rider University, as well as a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance.

Elizabeth Russo

Elizabeth Russo has over 30 years of experience teaching private voice lessons to students of all levels and ages and has developed voice workshops for teenagers throughout the tri-state area.