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Estill Practice Group North America- ONLINE

Practice Group
Course ID: 1266
Date: 2021/02/21 to 2021/03/28 (YYYY/MM/DD) Time: 5:00PM- 6:15PM (NYC WORLD CLOCK) Cost: $50/ per session Language: English
Instructors: Luke Steinhauer
Contact: Luke Steinhauer | | 4123708023
Course Location:
New York NY
United States

Join us for this North American Estill practice group lead by Estill Master Trainer and Premier New York City Voice Coach, Actor & Composer, Luke Steinhauer. Small groups are a great way to hone the skills you learned in EVT Level One and Two Courses, meet fellow Estill Voice Training students, practice your Figures under the guidance of an experienced certified instructor, and prep for certification.

Estill North American Practice Group- ONLINE

  • Sundays from 5pm-6:15pm.
  • $50/ per session (Venmo @luke-steinhauer or PayPal 
  • Sessions will be held on Zoom 
  • Dates: 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/28 (no meeting 3/14, 3/21)

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 Hells Kitchen. 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 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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