“As an artist, creator and dreamer of this world, we ask you not to be discouraged by what you see but to use your own lives, and by extension your art, as vehicles for the construction of peace.”–Wayne Shorter + Herbie Hancock
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 preparing for a recording session or an absolute beginner, I can help.
Teaching singing lessons in a fun, relaxed environment.
I joined the gym!!!!!!
Yesterday as I was putting my stuff in a locker
I said the woman next to me
“I am new here and a little late for yoga class.
Do you think it would be okay if I just slip in late?”
She said “Oh yeah thats not a problem”
and then she went on to tell me how doing yoga is spiritually dangerous and that
she knew a woman who got cancer because she refused to stop doing yoga poses.
Because doing yoga is unchristian and sickening,
because when you do yoga,
you bow to a religion that is isn’t Christianity.
I listened politely like a good christian, even though I was late for class,
and then I said, “Well….hopefully it will work out for me”
And then I went to class and bowed down
to all that is Holy in this world and beyond.
#IbowbeforeGod #Godiseverywhere #lockerroomtalk
If you love to sing and you love Jazz
and you want to learn to sing with a jazz trio
this might be a good place for you to start.
I will teach on Wednesday evenings 6:15-8:45
“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
Last year I missed because I was in Punjab but this year i won’t miss it
I love the Pop Music Conference
If you get a chance to come down to the MoPop Museum
Thanks to the good people Seattle Office of Arts and Culture for sponsoring todays lesson.#mycityofmusic
Life long Learning
Thanks to the good people at the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture
I will be offering some music lessons to the children of the Mt Baker Artist Lofts.
Stay tuned for updates
I am accepting singing students.
Send me an email me if you want to sing but are too shy.
Or if you want to sing jazz but you only sing opera…or if you want to write songs….
or are if you are pregnant and want to learn about Birth Songs.
It is with deep empathy and a singularly unique passion that Rochelle House displays her vocal quality and original compositions. She has a way of grabbing you, the audience/listener, and pulling you into the moment of that exact moment, HER moment in whatever tune she is singing. Even with her cover of instrumental tunes, one gets the sense that she is feeling the music’s message all the way to her core.
– Dawn Clement, jazz pianist/vocalist
September the 15th I’ll have the great honor of singing my songs with two of our beloved hometown geniuses, Andy Coe and Evan Flory-Barnes. If you get a chance please come down to The Royal Room in the Columbia City neighborhood of Seattle: The City of Music
Come have dinner and relax for our early show.