Voice Lessons

More information: 508-320-1605

No two voices are alike. Just as our speaking voice is unique to us, so is our singing voice.  Many aspiring singers believe they need to imitate or create a particular sound in order to achieve success.  This often leads to unhealthy manipulation of the voice and even injury. Monica Hatch is proponent and practitioner of the McCloskly technique which focuses greatly on relaxation, posture and breathing as well as guiding singers toward discovering and developing their true and authentic vocal sound.  Offering training in multiple styles of singing including classical, jazz and pop, Ms. Hatch has been teaching voice for more than 20 years having taught at Clark University, Worcester State College and WPI.  She joined the adjunct faculty of WPI in 2010 teaching Voice, Intro to Music and Fundamentals of Music.

Monica is a member of:

The National Association of Teachers of Singing Web site

Boston Singers Resource Website

Other affiliations:

The McClosky Institute of Voice Web site

Apple Tree Arts Web site

Eastman School of Music Web site

New England Conservatory of Music Web site

The Juilliard School Web site

Worcester Polytechnic Institute Website


Availability & Fees

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