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After working with two great vocal coaches, Martin Lawrence in New York and Seth Riggs in California, performing on the Las Vegas boulevard for eight years and over 20 years worldwide, having taught these techniques in the US and abroad and sharing this experience in a vocal coaching session, along with a brief show and demonstration at the piano.

Why Group Singing Lessons

​1. Group singing lessons offer many benefits that align perfectly with the goals and values of the residents. 1. Social Connection: Music has a unique ability to bring people together. By participating in group singing lessons, residents can connect with their peers in a meaningful and enjoyable way, fostering a sense of camaraderie and belonging. 

2. Physical and Emotional Well-Being: Singing has been shown to have numerous physical and emotional health benefits, including improved lung function, reduced stress, and enhanced mood. Regular singing sessions contribute to a greater well-being among residents. 

3. Cognitive Stimulation: Learning new songs, memorizing lyrics, and following musical arrangements provide valuable cognitive stimulation, helping to keep residents' minds sharp and active. 

4. Sense of Achievement: Mastering a new skill, such as singing a favorite song or harmonizing with others, can instill a sense of accomplishment and pride, boosting residents' self-esteem and confidence.


MBA- Columbia Southern University | Focus: Marketing (B2B & B2C) ~
West Virginia University | Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations, Marketing, and Music
Berklee – Music School | Digital Marketing, Piano Improv, Ableton Live Recording, Book Publisher, Song Writing, Show Creation – Film
Berklee School of Music


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