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Voice Lessons

Interested in Lessons?

In Person Voice Lessons - $50/hr 

Manhattan Location

Virtual Voice Lessons - $35/hr 

On Zoom 

Voice lessons are for beginners ages 6 and up! 

Sage received her BA in Music Theatre from Colorado Mesa University and has been studying music since she was seven years old. She is a professional singer and an intermediate pianist.


She premiered Off Broadway in Nicholas Nickleby in 2014 and has performed in both classic and new works. As a singer-songwriter she has performed at various NY venues including the Knitting Factory, Parkside Lounge and Sidewalk Cafe. 

In 2018 she worked as the Music Director for the children's musical Fabric Fantasia at the St. John School of the Arts. In 2019 she worked as the Assistant Director for The Rainbow Sea another children's musical. Both years offering voice lessons to children aged 6-15 and a few adults. 

Sage has studied classical, music theatre and jazz styles. She is a Soprano who has worked with all vocal types. Her original songs Jump Ship, Greed and My Body can be found on Spotify, iTunes, and all other music streaming platforms. 

Sage focuses on warm-up exercises, vocal placement, breathing and storytelling. She has a lighthearted and supportive approach that helps make singing FUN. 



"Sage has been so wonderful in helping me both understand and improve my singing voice via in person and virtual lessons! She helped me understand my range, how to more seamless transition between my chest and head voice, and how to better annunciate certain words when I sing. She explains tools and techniques so simply without ever making you feel stupid; her kind nature and calming presence makes it a really pleasurable lesson. I am a lot more confident in my singing and pay more attention to my body and movement during (it’s great to understand what to focus on!) - I look forward to having more lessons and continuing to develop."

                                                                         -Laura S. 

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