Monteverdi Music School's vocal instruction offers an array of some of the most experienced, thoughtful, enthusiastic and encouraging voice teachers you will find. Click on any photo or text link for a page to that vocal teacher's bio and contact form, and additional thoughts about their approach to voice lessons, and pop them a question!
David Ruffin is a highly-trained vocalist and teacher with rich experience, including a Broadway career. Through his somatically grounded vocal approach based in the “Roy Hart” vocal technique, David supports students in a path of creative and personal fulfillment.
Voice and keyboard teacher Lindsey Warren, M.Mus, brings 20+ years of teaching experience to Monteverdi. She works online with students of all ages and enjoys teaching a variety of styles and repertoire.
Chloe Brisson brings a rich experience to our faculty after in Jazz Voice at New England Conservatory and Berklee College Global Jazz Institute. She will help budding songwriters and arrangers too.
Mary Bonhag. Mary brings over 15 years of teaching experience, a love of helping others to learn, and extensive knowledge of classical vocal repertoire, diction, language, technique, and physiology to the Monteverdi School.
Soprano, enjoys working with students of all ages and abilities. Lillian has many accomplishments in the tradition of Opera music.
Nora Zablow works with voice students age 8 and up. Lessons incorporate understanding how the voice works as part of our whole "bodymind."