Want To Be A Better Singer?
Are you an experienced singer who is starting to feel stuck vocally?
Are you a dancer or actor with no singing experience who wants to learn how?
Amanda Flynn Voice Studio can help you achieve your goals as a singer, no matter how big or small they are. AFVS offers affordable vocal technique lessons for all levels and can help you reach the next level with your voice! Let AFVS help you book those gigs!
My goal as a voice teacher is to impart my students with the tools to be working professionals in musical theatre. I work with each student to find their most functional voice as well as help them problem solve issues they may encounter as a musical theatre performer. As a voice teacher, I work to improve the function and versatility of your voice. Whether you are just learning to sing or are a seasoned veteran, I can help you improve upon where you are. The best voice training focuses on functional freedom, versatility, and finds a balance of process and product. I give my students the time to develop and grow as singers while still maintaining a focus on the realities and demands of the business.
AFVS students are currently performing on Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theaters across the country, and being accepted to major universities.
AFVS is committed to remaining affordable for the student. Rates are as follows:
1 hour lesson: $80
4 lesson package: $300 (good for 2 months)
6 lesson package: $440 (good for 3 months)
2 lesson/2 coaching package: $240 (coachings are scheduled separately with AFVS Vocal Coach Rob Rokicki;good for 4 months)
1 hour lesson: $65
1/2 hour lesson: $40
4 lesson package: $245 (good for 2 months)
6 lesson package: $360 in Astoria (good for 3 months)
2 lesson/2 coaching package: $210 (coachings are scheduled separately with AFVS Vocal Coach Rob Rokicki;good for 4 months)
Active AFVS students also receive discounts of other classes offered from Amanda Flynn Voice Studio such as Career Coaching, Song Workshop, and Auditioning for Musical Theatre.
For more information, please visit www.amandaflynnvoice.com.
More about Amanda:
I am a professional actress, educator, and voice teacher. As a performer, I was an original cast member of the LA company of Wicked where I understudied the role of Glinda. I was also part of the Las Vegas company of Mamma Mia as an understudy for Sophie. I even danced my way across America as the Laurey understudy in the last revival of Oklahoma. Regionally, I have played Diana Devereaux in Of Thee I Sing at Bard Summerscape, Betty Blake in Will Rogers Follies at Stage Door Theatre, Urleen in Footloose at Carousel Dinner Theatre, A Christmas Carol at The McCarter Theatre, and Ragtime at The Fulton Opera House. I have performed numerous concerts, readings, workshops, and recordings throughout NYC.
As an educator, I am currently on the voice faculty at CAP21 and Art House Astoria. I have taught voice at NYU's Steinhardt School, The Studio New Canaan and Front and Center for the Performing Arts. I did most of my undergraduate work at Baylor University School of Music as a Vocal Performance major before I began my professional performing career. I have a BS in Liberal Arts from The New School University, a MM in Vocal Performance with a Musical Theatre Concentration from NYU, and an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from NYU. I am currently participating in the New York Singing Teacher's Association's Professional Development Program as their 2013 scholarship winner. I am also the current recipient of the Vocology Mentorship at the Eugen Grascheid Voice Center at Mount Sinai Hospital.
I am a member of AEA, NATS, NYSTA and The Voice Foundation.
Here's what students are saying:
"As a dancer with some apprehension for singing in front of people, I can attest that Amanda creates a fun, safe and overall positive environment during her lessons allowing all my nerves to dissipate. Her abilities as an instructor have enforced the confidence in me to walk into an audition, head held high and book the job. I highly recommend Amanda to singers of all levels."
-Peter C. (Wicked, West Side Story)
"Amanda has helped me find the voice I never knew I was capable of. Her personal attention and teaching style have made so many things clear to me that others failed to do in the past."
-Johnathon H. (AMDA Graduate)
"Through my lessons with Amanda, I have gained the correct tools and technique but most importantly the confidence to feel like I can tackle any song. It is an incredibly welcoming, nurturing and safe environment where it is ok to make mistakes and learn how to improve from them. Amanda will make the lesson work for you and cater particularly to your voice. She understands that not all voices are the same, which is incredibly difficult to find in a teacher. I always leave feeling positive and ready for our next lesson!"
-Charlotte R. (AMDA Graduate)
"Amanda helped me find my best voice. Rather than trying to get me to sing in ways that weren't right for me and my voice, Amanda gave me techniques to help me sing at my best in ways that felt natural and comfortable. She made me feel confident and taught me how to practice at home and prepare for auditions/performances--things no other voice teacher had done for me before."
-Courtney R. (NYU Graduate, Stella Adler)