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Anne has been teaching voice for two decades now, and is currently on the teaching faculty at Long Beach City College. She has taught at AMDA, LA - a college and conservatory for the performing arts for ten years, Orange County High School for the Performing Arts, where she periodically conducts master classes, and was also a faculty member at Mount St. Mary's College.

Anne teaches the technique for all styles of singing and her students have appeared in diverse productions on stage and screen including Broadway productions, the Hollywood Bowl, American Idol, and Disney's Hannah Montana.

$40 1/2hr | $75 hr

Vocal Series

The Vocal intensive series is designed to focus on technical proficiency in voice, artistic development, and application of those skills reflected in a recorded live performance.

Students will study with award winning singer and vocal instructor Anne Walsh. In addition to the exploration of healthy vocal technique, lessons will focus on phrasing, individual artistry, interpretation, embellishment, mic technique, and presentation.

Recording takes place in Ming Dynasty Studio. the recording session will be coached by Anne and engineered and produced by Grammy nominated arranger, pianist Thomas Zink. The studio experience includes recording time, practical experience in studio singing, and an overview of the recording process that is a part of any singer’s journey. The end result will be a professionally recorded, mixed and mastered demo.

Vocal Intensive One - $490

Six 50 minute lessons culminating in a two hour recording session in a professional recording studio. Including all recording time, live piano accompaniment (if needed), or pre-recorded tracks, and mixing. Student will leave with a professional level demo recording, and increased experience in a professional recording environment.

Vocal Intensive Two - $340

Four 50 minute lessons culminating in a 2 hour recording session in a professional recording studio. Including all recording time, live piano accompaniment (if needed), or pre-recorded tracks, and mixing. Student will leave with a professional level demo recording, and increased experience in a professional recording environment.

Student Endorsements

Anne is a teacher who inspires her students to learn, and develop their unique instrument. She is kind, caring, and makes you feel comfortable with your voice. Anne has taught me how to use an area of my voice, specifically my upper register. I now approach these higher notes with ease. Her knowledge and teaching style is key to my comfort. I highly recommend Anne to anyone wanting to improve their range, flexibility, and overall quality of sound. As a professional photographer, I understand the importance of making a client comfortable. Anne does this. I am singing again, and I actually gig once and a while, and I am not talking about photography; I sing. :)

- Stephanie Luis

"I have trained with Anne for 14 years now and I have never looked back. Anne has taught me valuable technical skills as well as the importance of vocal health. Training with Anne has prepared me for a career in musical theatre, with skills I will continue to use for the rest of my life. Over the previous year Anne has dedicated many hours in preparing me for college auditions. With her help, I was granted acceptance to Rider University’s prestigious Musical Theatre BFA program where I will be joining a class of 20 performers chosen out of a pool of over 700 applicants. As a professor teaching vocal classes at AMDA, LA and Long Beach City College, Anne offers great expertise in preparation for college auditions, and her dedication made the extensive audition process much easier. The on-site recording studio was very convenient when recording auditions. Anne and Tom were extremely professional, and provided me with a superb recording to submit."

- Maddie Levy

Rider University freshman, Musical Theatre

Working with Anne and Tom was a professional and seamless experience. Our session was productive, and I felt as though it was a priority of both of them that we get the best possible version of the songs we recorded, even if it meant re-taping sections of the piece. When I heard the final recording, I felt as though my music was brought to life in a way it never had been before.

- Lauren Franco

NYU freshman