A Music Studio
Voice Lessons, Piano Lessons, www.voicemattersonline.com
Voice and piano lessons, all ages, all levels, all styles.
Whether it's formal voice training based on traditional practice and up to date science, or coaching for auditions and performances, VMFT has it all. Healthy, efficient singing is the goal. Instruction is based on your goals and abilities, there is no "one size fits all" here.
Piano lessons for ages eight and up.
All levels. All genres. Lessons include reading, theory, repertoire, and performance practice. There are two recitals each year, but they are not mandatory. Whether your interest is in the classics, jazz, pop, or Christian music, you can find it here.
Workshops and Master Classes
Let VMFT design a workshop or master class unique to your needs. Teachers, Pastors, and Telemarketers might benefit from a workshop focussing on vocal health. AMABs and AFABs might enjoy a session on how to improve your authentic voice. Is your class getting ready for "Solo and Ensemble", a master class might give your students an edge.
About Judy Wade
Judy began piano lessons at age eight. When she was eleven she began playing in
church and never stopped. Currently she is the music director at Arlington Presbyterian Church. She attended Mary Washington College as a voice major. She has appeared in leading roles in community theater and as a recitalist and soloist with different choral groups. Currently, she is the artistic and musical director for The Jacksonville Gay Chorus, a not for profit group who performs at a number of Assisted Living Facilities around North Florida.
In 2005 she became interested in voice science as a means to help students find an efficient and effective way of singing. In 2007 she became certified in vocology through the National Center for Voice and Speech. Vocology is a relatively new science based approach to healthy voice use.
In 2012 she opened her private studio, "Voice Matters, and Fingers, Too!" She teaches all levels and genres of piano and voice. She has a passion for teaching, adapting lessons to fit the student's goals and learning styles.