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Julia Kershetsky

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Happy Summer Workshop Offerings!

Hi there! I hope you have big plans for the holiday weekend – my husband and I are basically watching Hamilton on repeat the entire time and CANNOT WAIT FOR IT!

I wanted to tell you about online summer course offerings that are starting next week – Voice Lesson Bootcamp is a 4 week first voice lesson crash course. No singing experience necessary — this was created from many first lessons that I have taught over the years. This is for those of you who have always wanted to try a first voice lesson, get back into singing after a break period, etc. Whatever it is, quarantine is the best time to learn a brand new skill!

Monthly Masterclass is offered in a single workshop format both in July & August. Sign up for a slot to be privately coached on whatever you need at that time – stick around to watch and learn from other clients who are working on similar things to you, allowing us all to learn from one another.

Announcing… Cabaret For All! This is open to everyone outside of the Starling community. When you sign up, you will get a brief coaching with me beforehand (nail that high note) then a live streamed concert with access to the video afterwards.

Happy Fourth and I look forward to hearing from soon!

Click here to find out more about Voice Lesson Bootcamp.

Click here to find out more about the Cabaret For All / Monthly Workshops.

Click here to schedule a Private Voice Lesson.

Still unsure? Click here to schedule a 15 minute check-in.

Auditioning Blog

Which Musical Theatre Program Is Right For You?

Several students in my studio are currently in the process of preparing for their collegiate auditions for BFA programs across the country. Are you trying to find the best program for you? wrote a short blog post talking about several things to look for in a program. Playbill just released their Top 10 Schools …

Blog Science Vocal Health

Annual Voice Foundation Symposium ’18

This past weekend, I went to my 4th (?) Annual Voice Foundation Symposium of which I am an active member. It’s been a year since I’ve graduated from NYU Steinhardt’s Advanced Certification in Vocal Pedagogy and I’ve noticed this year that the plethora of knowledge I was given during my two years at graduate school …