NYC and Astoria, Queens Voice Lessons
I have maintained a private vocal studio since 2001, specializing in training young singers ages 7 and up. I hold a Bachelors Degree in Vocal Performance from Youngstown State University's Dana School of Music, studied Italian and Opera in Italy, and earned a Master of Science in Entertainment Business through Full Sail University, in Orlando, FL. I have also trained as a Teaching Artist with The Metropolitan Opera Guild Education Department and Lincoln Center Education. My goal is to engage students in fun, interactive lessons that build confidence, while fostering a love of music and performance. Students of all ages and skill levels are welcome!
Voice lessons are offered in various ways in order to serve a wide range of students.
In- Home Voice Lessons in Astoria, Queens
I am available to travel to students who live in the Astoria, Queens area or welcome students into my in-home studio located in the heart of Astoria.
RATES: $65/hour, $50/45 minutes and $35/half hour.
Manhattan Studio Voice Lessons
I teach in Manhattan at Hamilton Madison House on the Lower East Side on Tuesday evenings. Students are welcome to inquire about joining my studio at HMH. In addition, I work with students in a convenient Mid-Town Manhattan location.
RATES: $75/hour, $65/45 minutes and $50/half hour. (Manhattan Studio Sessions include studio rental fees)
Skype, FaceTime or Online Voice Lessons
This is a great option for students who live outside of NYC or live locally but have travel and time constraints.
RATES: $65/hour, $35/half hour
What you will learn:
Vocal Technique & Healthy Singing
Musicianship, Sight Reading, & Basic Music Theory
Developing an Audition Book
Foreign Language Diction
Marketing and Branding Yourself as an Artist
Practical Application Through Recitals and Public Performance
“Amanda Beagle is an outstanding vocalist in many styles, who has performed and recorded extensively. In addition, Amanda is a generous and understanding teacher. Her insights, combined with her experiences, make her an ideal choice as a vocalist or teacher.”
— Kent Engelhardt ~ Coordinator of Jazz Studies at Youngstown State University