Sing with Confidence!

Would you like to strengthen your voice, better your breathing and develop your range? I can help you to sing the music you want to sing; I’ve helped opera singers and rockers become more skilled and confident singers, and karaoke singers enjoy themselves more. I have been teaching for over 25 years, and I love helping people through their vocal challenges.

Bring your phone to record exercises just for you. You could also bring a blank CD-RW or USB drive [also called a flash or jump drive] or SD card and during your lessons I will create a voice warm up recording that you can use to practice on your own.

Cost of Lessons: Sliding Scale, $45-$90 per hour

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I teach in my home in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, USA. Since I moved to Seattle about 30 years ago I have taught all kinds of singers. Some don’t know whether they can sing, others sing with professional rock bands and the opera and musical theater. I enjoy working with many styles of music. I have a variety of music in my studio and love to work with students on whatever they are singing. The lessons are very positive and supportive. My fee is a sliding scale of $45-$90 per hour for a private lesson. You just decide what to pay based on your feeling about your economics. I teach mostly Monday through Wednesday, during the day.

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Rose E. Betz-Zall has a Master of Music in Opera Performance as well as a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a certificate in International Montessori teaching. She started singing with the chorus of the Philadelphia Opera Company while in college.

While pursuing her Masters Degree at Temple University she taught a voice class for the theater students. She found the experience was a lot of fun and very rewarding. After graduating she continued to teach, broadening her practice to support all styles of music.

For 18 years she performed in the Seattle Opera chorus. She teaches in a voice studio in her home in Seattle. She is active with the Seattle Raging Grannies.