About Patricia Sheridan
Patricia Sheridan offers private vocal training at her studio on the Upper West Side of New York City. She specializes in classical vocal technique, including proper breath management, efficient vocal production, postural concerns and transitioning technique into the repertoire without sacrificing technical achievement, proper text preparation, etc.
Ms. Sheridan is a New York Singing Teachers’ Association Distinguished Voice Professional, having completed The Oren L. Brown Professional Development Program core curriculum of Vocal Anatomy, Vocal Acoustics, Developmental Repertoire, Vocal Health and Comparative Pedagogy. She has served on the board of NYSTA and is a member of NATS and NATS/ENY. She is the co-founder of ACTING OPERA and presently serves as the president of the board of The Midwest Institute of Opera based in in Bloomington, IL, at Illinois State University.
Students in the Sheridan Studio have performed at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, regional opera companies, on- and off-Broadway, as well as in jazz and country music venues. A specialty of her studio is training a healthy, more beautiful sounding speaking voice for women in business and in the public eye.
The primary aim of the Sheridan Voice Studio is to give the student the tools necessary to achieve her musical goals and feel totally confident. The focus of the studio is on patience and a supportive attitude in which the student is given the guidance to understand how to build a solid daily routine leading to confidence and a solidly built technique.
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