Singing Lessons in Shoreline and convenient to Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, Edmonds, Lynnwood and north Seattle.
Singing Lessons ⋆ Voice Lessons ⋆ Vocal Lessons
Singing Lessons, Voice Lessons
Ila Faubion grew up in the Seattle area and was acting in community theater, jazz choir, and classical ensembles while growing up.
She attended the University of Washington, where she received degrees in both Music (Vocal Performance) and Speech and Hearing Sciences. She performed throughout her time in college at both the University and local theaters around Seattle. After graduating, she moved to Florida where she worked as a performer at Walt Disney World in their parades and shows, and then to Los Angeles where she worked with a group that workshopped new musicals. Currently she is a member of Actor's Equity Association and is active in the Seattle theater scene.She is also an acting teacher at Seattle Children's Theater. She's excited to have the opportunity to teach singing, her most practiced skill, to new students as well and pass along the knowledge she's obtained after nearly 17 years of classical and musical theater singing experience.
We'll use this time to get a feel for the relationship and see if the instructor-student fit is right for you. If it isn't you can ask for another teacher and that first lesson is free also. Your first lesson with each teacher is free until you find one you like.
Adult Private Music Lessons: 18-99+
Children's Private Singing Lessons: Children ages 10 and up are accepted for private lessons. Exceptions are made for children as young as six years of age if they are currently enrolled in a local children's choir. Their vocal chords of children younger than 10 are growing and developing and due to the risk injury, we don't recommend children younger than 10 years of age taking private lessons.
5 years of age and under: We will be offering age appropriate group lessons in early music development. These group lessons will develop a music appreciation and understanding that will serve them well when they get older and are ready for more serious study.