All ages: grades 1 – 12 and adults
Practice and perform music with passion and confidence!
The Young Company offers half-hour private voice lessons with professional and engaging coaches. Throughout these lessons, students explore vocal technique, musicianship, song repertoire, and audition skills. Lesson curriculum and song selection are developed between student and instructor and tailored to the students’ specific goals. These lessons are a great fit for beginner singers as well as experienced vocalists looking to expand their skill set and experience. We welcome students in grades 1-12 as well as adults. All lessons are offered in-person at Greater Boston Stage Company.
This winter, we are offering a 6-week session January 22nd through March 4th. Cost of registration is $265.
In your confirmation email, there will be a link to complete your Student Information Form. Following your completion of this form, Morgan Flynn, Education Manager will contact you with your assigned weekly time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out!
MEET THE INSTRUCTORS
In-Person Thursdays 3pm-7pm
1st GRADE – 6th GRADE
Carrie is a Boston-based actor, singer, music director, and teacher. She is a recent graduate of Emerson College where she received her BFA in Musical Theatre and studied education under the direction of Bethany Nelson. Carrie is an alumnus of The Young Company, having first joined in 2017. Learning with The Young Company was highly influential to Carrie’s skills and ethos as a performer and as a teacher. In addition to her extensive training in vocal technique and acting through song, she is an experienced pianist and arranger, having trained with renowned musicians in the Boston area for more than 15 years.
In-Person Mondays 3pm-7pm
7th GRADE – ADULT
Lea Peterson is a Boston-based singer, music director, vocal arranger, and voice teacher. As a classically trained mezzo-soprano Lea has an active soloist and ensemble career singing opera and art song, musical theatre, pop, funk, and post-tonal pieces/new compositions. Lea holds a Masters in Vocal Performance from Longy School of Music of Bard College, and her experience as a singer, alongside her deep knowledge of vocal technique and ensemble singing, makes her a sought-after private voice coach, teaching artist, and conductor. As a private teacher Lea maintains a voice studio in Somerville where she teaches students of all ages and abilities. As a director and conductor Lea is currently the Choir Director at Boston Latin Academy and has worked at The Winsor School, The Performing Arts Connection, Roxbury Latin, Boston Children’s Theatre, and many other excellent arts education organizations in and around Boston. Lea cherishes the opportunity to work with young singers and encourage students to find pleasure in the hard work of honing their skills.