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Wednesday, April 22, 2020 - Thursday, December 31, 2020
Go One-on-One with Kristen
Love to sing? Ready to work on proper vocal technique, breath control, belting, head voice, songs for college auditions? WHBPAC Arts Academy Director Kristen Poulakis will be taking students to work one-on-one to help you hone your singing skills. Kristen has been a voice instructor for over 15 years with all age groups and is excited to work with you!
$35/half Hr $70/Hr
Go One-on-One with Justin
All the world’s a stage and we all are merely players! Join WHBPAC teaching artist, Justin Harris, in the art of storytelling. Explore the world of theatre and imagination: Acting, Monologue, Shakespeare, or dabble in some Theatrical Writing. A graduate of Brown University in Neuroscience with an extensive resume in performance, teaching, and directing from Manhattan to Montauk, Justin will work with you on creative analysis, performance, interpretation, specificity, and character development. Let Justin help you tell your stories!
$25/half Hr $50/Hr
Go One-on-One with Alexandra
Calling all classical music lovers—or those who want to learn! Alexandra Fee is a classically trained mezzo-soprano who holds a B.M. in Vocal Performance from East Carolina University and is currently training at the University of Toronto in their Opera Performance Graduate Program. Alexandra will guide students who desire classical training and want to improve on their vocal performance skills. Alexandra’s love of opera is contagious and is excited to share this passion of music with emerging vocalists!
$30/half Hr $60/Hr
Go One-on-One with Matilda
Matilda Lindell is teaching singers, voice teachers and amateurs around the world. With her experience as a touring singer and artist, she can really identify the challenges singers and performers have. With the focus on maintaining vocal health, she provides the tools for enhancing the story and purpose by being able to choose your sound and be more true and confident with your voice. Whether you’re starting out or getting ready for stage, Matilda approaches your vocal challenges in a fun and playful way! Matilda is a Certified Master Trainer in Estill Voice Training and has a degree in vocal pedagogy from The Royal Music College in Stockholm. In addition to her teaching, you can see her on stages around the US as one of the lead singers of “ABBA THE CONCERT.” Matilda is in the process of releasing her own rearranged, acoustic renditions of her favorite ABBA songs. www.matildalindell.com
$90/half Hr $160/Hr
Go One-on-One with Wyatt
Wyatt Camery was born and raised in New York City, and is currently pursuing a Musical Studies degree at Oberlin College. He loves music and has been playing guitar for about 15 years. Wyatt is able to teach basic and intermediate guitar lessons.
$25/half Hr $50/Hr
Go One-on-One with Anita
Anita Boyer has been a dancer for over 20 years and currently studies tap under Aaron Tolson. She is the co-founder, producer and director of Our Fabulous Variety Show. She is a dance teacher and leader of the Tap Army competition team at dancehampton in Easthampton and has been the choreographer for high school musical productions at Southold, Southampton, Longwood, Bridgehampton, and Shoreham Wading River high schools. Anita has been teaching dance on the east end of Long Island for the past 10 years. She is an award winning choreographer and her competition choreography has won platinum and diamond and top rankings at area competitions. She trained at Opus Dance studio in Ashland, Ohio and was a founding member of their Tap Company. She has trained at Broadway Dance Center, Steps and FlamencoVivo in NYC in classes with Michelle Dorrance, Dormeshia, Lady Diane Walker, Nicholas Van Young and Derick Grant. She currently trains with her mentor Aaron Tolson who was in Riverdance and has performed and taught around the world. She brings technique, history and stories from these classes to her own workshops to spread the joy and history of tap with her students.
$65/half hour $125/hour
Go One-on-One with Deb
Winner of the 2011 Backstage Readers’ Choice Awards for both “Favorite Audition Technique Teacher” and “Favorite Cold Reading Teacher,” Deb Jackel has taught Meisner-based acting technique, Audition Technique, and Cold Reading at the William Esper Studio, NYU Tisch, and Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts (her alma mater, where she now serves on the recruiting team for prospective actors). Deb also brings extensive experience with the business of acting to her teaching, having worked as a talent agent in NYC before beginning her teaching career.
Deb LOVES actors and is fiercely committed to and passionate about giving them the tools and experience they need to do their best work and enjoy the process. She doesn’t believe that one size fits all when working with actors. She knows that every actor is a unique artist and individual, each with their own psychological and artistic strengths and struggles. Additionally, every piece of material is different and where that actor is “at” on any given day may be different, so she takes all these variables into account and that determines the kind of session she has with the actor. Essentially, she can tailor her coaching to support every actor’s growth, no matter what they hope to focus on. Her goal is for the actor to leave a coaching feeling positive and prepared.
-cold reading skills
-BFA/MFA Acting program audition prep