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Vicki Shaghioan Voice Studio

South Pierre

160 W 71st St

NY NY 10023

©2019 BY VICKI SHAGHOIAN | NEW YORK CITY | VOICE TEACHER.

NEW YORK VOICE STUDIO

 

 

 

 

VICKI SHAGHOIAN
 VOICE BY DESIGN

 

VICKI SHAGHOIAN

Master Voice Teacher and Acting Coach

Vicki Shaghoian is a hailed master teacher of voice and acting. She recently opened a private voice studio off of Lincoln Center Square, New York City. 

 

Among her students are Academy Award, Emmy, Tony, and Grammy Winners. Her students can be seen performing on Film and Television, on Broadway, and in regional houses around the country.


Vicki was on the core-acting faculty at Yale School of Drama for fourteen years and recently stepped in as the interim Singing Teacher at the American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.).

TESTIMONIALS

Adina Verson

Broadway: Indecent, Off Broadway: Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties, The Lucky Ones (Ars Nova), The Servant of Two Masters (TFANA), TV: Mozart In The Jungle, The Strain

"Vicki Shaghoian has changed my life. Her knowledge and intuition- at once simple and complex- have allowed me get out of my own way and find access my voice with deep expression, ease, and joy. I use her exercises daily, and her warmups are essential to my preshow routine as a performer. A true master!"

"...Ms. Verson, so affecting in “Indecent” and “The Lucky Ones,” steal the show..."  (Collective Rage) NYTimes

CONTACT

For any and all inquiries & questions about Vicki Shaghoian's Voice Studio and scheduling lessons, please email or call the number below.

Vicki Shaghoian Voice Studio, 

South Pierre, 160 W 71st St NY NY 10023

(917) 459-3904

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STUDY WITH VICKI SHAGHOIAN

 There is no speaking voice, singing voice, head voice, or chest voice. It is all ONE voice -- your authentic voice. In this studio, you learn how to access your authentic voice and vocal truth. Once you access your authentic voice you can sing anything! Learning to sing in a new genre of music just means applying the stylistic rules of the genre to what you already have. Everyone has the capacity to sing Opera, Jazz, Broadway, Gospel, Pop, Rock, R&B, Folk, and Rap.