Every voice is beautiful. If you want to sing but are too shy . . . If your childhood choir director told you to silently mouth the words . . .
Whether you are a professional singer preparing for a recording session or an absolute beginner, I can help.
Teaching singing lessons in a fun, relaxed environment.
Please feel free to contact me:
Rochelle House, M.A.
I greatly cherish the time I spent learning from Rochelle. She had an innate ability to tease out a more soulful . . . more genuine . . . version of my voice. Her relaxed and compassionate approach also allowed me to feel more connected to my core being, and helped my confidence soar. What I received in my lessons with Rochelle far exceeded my hopes and expectations. Thank you Rochelle for sharing your wisdom and passion – my world has been rocked!
– Ashley Raymond
Most importantly, singing lessons with Rochelle are fun. Through my lessons with Rochelle, I developed confidence in my singing voice, increased my range, played with music that I chose and loved and connected with the music. Rochelle is one of those teachers whose style encourages improvement and risk taking in a way where I, as a student, felt completely supported. Singing is now a bigger part of my life because of having studied with Rochelle.
– Lauren Dudley
Singing lessons with Rochelle are more than music instruction; it’s music therapy. She saw important and interesting connections between the songs I chose to study and what was going on in my life, making the whole experience more layered. I also felt welcome into Rochelle’s “jazz family,” enjoying not only my time as student aside her baby grand but also exposure to people and performances I might have otherwise missed.
– Nancy Cortelyou
Before I moved to New York from Seattle, Rochelle House’s singing lessons were the highlight of my week. Her fun and focused lessons helped me reach new levels of using my voice. While working with Rochelle, I increased flexibility, confidence, and strength in all areas of my life. She is an amazing teacher!”
– Rosemary Carroll