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Taylor Masamitsu Voice Studio

Up to 35% Off on Online Singing / Voice Course at Taylor Masamitsu Voice Studio

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Highlights

Taylor has taught Broadway performers and at Columbia University. Receive these high quality lessons from the comfort of your home!

About This Deal

One 60-Minute Consultation/Voice Lesson

One hourlong voice lesson or consultation to assess your voice, build technique, or prepare for an upcoming performance or audition!

Two 60-Minute Virtual Voice Lessons

Take two hourlong voice lessons to develop evidence-based technique, expand your repertoire, and enjoy!

Two 30-Minute Virtual Voice Lessons

Perfect for new or young students: try two 30-minute voice lessons that cater to your specific musical needs!

Get Broadway- and Ivy League-caliber voice lessons from the comfort of your home!

Schedule lessons at your convenience!

Available to singers ages 8 and up!

Student Successes:

Broadway: Mary Poppins, Waiting for Godot, Finding Neverland

Touring & Regional: Aladdin National Tour, Holland America Production Line, RWS Entertainment Group, Princess Cruises

TV & Film: Grandmothered (upcoming on Disney+)

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About Taylor Masamitsu Voice Studio

My teaching philosophy is deeply rooted in a constructivist approach that balances science, artistry, as well as individual and cultural diversity. By emphasizing evidence-based and culturally-responsive vocal pedagogy, my teaching celebrates the personal, cultural, and psychic identities of each singer. This intersectionality serves as a foundation for liberated artistic expression and, ultimately, complete student-ownership of his, her, or their voice.   

Student-centeredness is the basis of a constructivist approach. To achieve this, I facilitate meaningful rapport with all students, taking the time to understand their individual needs as people as well as artists. Moreover, I encourage singers to engage in the process and play leadership roles in their learning. While providing them with skills and knowledge that are proven effective, truly outstanding singing also requires autonomy, artistry, and authenticity. 

At my core, I believe in teaching the person before me. Everyone has unique skills, ambitions, needs, and backgrounds—all of which are embraced in my applied voice studio. Lessons celebrate these idiosyncrasies to uplift diversity. Not only is this an effective teaching strategy, but it reflects music itself. Further, it models the respect and equity I hope to inspire in all of life’s arenas.