lsteinhauer@estillvoice.com

About Luke Steinhauer

Luke is a premier vocal coach and Estill Master Trainer, based in New York City. He currently teaches at The Krowne Vocal School in Chelsea, Manhattan and maintains a private studio in Harlem. Speaking and singing clients include Broadway and regional theatre actors, Pop/Rock Artists, Bands, Fortune 500 company leaders, and amateurs alike. Luke has taught voice for Mosaic Youth Theatre of Detroit, The Theatre Aspen School, and The Pittsburgh CLO Academy of Musical Theatre. Luke has served as a Music Specialist working with physically and mentally challenged children at The Block Institute in Brooklyn, NY and a Vocal Teaching Artist with Midori & Friends in New York City. Luke regular offers Estill Voice Training courses in New York City at Columbia University. 

Mentored by his mother and current President of Estill Voice International, Dr. Kimberly Steinhauer, Tony Award Winning Vocal Coach, Joan Lader, as well as Jo Estill herself, Luke offers a friendly, holistic, and scientific approach to voice training free from aesthetic bias and focus on individual student goals. 

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Black Voices Matter

Black Voices Matter By Jaron M. LeGrair These last several days in America have been extremely difficult for me. Seeing a long line of direct attacks against my community has been painful, confusing, and draining. I am grieving. I am tired. I am angry. I am hurt. I have been using these days to reflect [...]

2020-06-08T07:50:36-04:00June 8th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Voice Therapy inspired by Estill Voice Training®

Voice Therapy inspired by Estill Voice Training® By Laura Martín Bielsa & Alizia Romero (Originally published en español here) Speech Therapy comprises a professional area so wide it's almost impossible to concentrate on all of its extensions. Each patient presents a specific case with particular characteristics. They can have speech, language, and swallowing difficulties… and [...]

2020-04-10T13:35:24-04:00April 10th, 2020|Blog|0 Comments

Take a “breather”

Take a "breather" By Mary McDonald Klimek, Estill Voice International Vice- President  My Apple Watch reminds me to breathe several times a day.  Does it think I might forget? It is so busy tracking my daily activities and urging me to do more, that I truly appreciate it when the tapping on my wrist is asking [...]

2019-11-18T11:59:21-05:00November 18th, 2019|Blog|0 Comments
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