Think. Breathe. Sing.

The Voice Studio of Daniel Klein

Think Breathe Sing, Daniel Klein’s Voice Studio specializes in uncovering and refining the potential of each individuals voice and bringing these abilities to light as quickly and efficiently as possible.  He uses his extensive knowledge of classical ‘bel canto’ technique coupled with recent breakthroughs in physiology and neuroscience. Additionally he brings his personal experience on both sides of the audition, as a professional singer and General Director of the North Shore Music Festival.

The studio’s focus is on young adult and early professional singers.  Many students come with a focus on NYSSMA, competitions, college and conservatory auditions. In this regard Daniel Klein’s teaching has been extremely successful with alumni attending such schools as The Julliard School, Indiana School of Music, Carnegie Mellon, Manhattan School of Music and Peabody. 

 

Everyone has a unique voice and something to say that deserves to be heard, even you. My job is to help you discover yours, to make it stronger while giving you the tools and techniques for success on and off the stage.  

Elite vocal and singing training for singers, aspiring through professional.

About the Studio and Teaching

At Daniel Klein's Voice Studio I strive in uncovering and refining the potential of each person's voice and bringing these abilities to light as quickly and effortlessly as possible.  I use my classical training in bel canto technique, my experience as a professional singer in opera, musical theater, concert and world music and couple that with up to date research and techniques in sports and performance psychology, physiology and neuroscience..

The studio's has a fair number of young adult and early professional singers, as well as several adults currently performing throughout the world.  Many students come with a focus on NYSSMA, competitions, college and conservatory auditions. In this regard Daniel Klein's teaching has been extremely successful with alumni attending such schools as The Julliard School, Indiana School of Music, Carnegie Mellon, New England Conservatory,  Manhattan School of Music and Peabody.