Style: Opera; Jazz; Folk; Gospel; Classical; World; Pop; Musical Theatre
I’m a voice teacher who recently returned to Phoenix after an 18 stint living in NYC. For the past 16 years, I’ve served as an adjunct voice professor at New York University, teaching private voice (classical, musical theater & contemporary) to graduate and undergraduate vocal performance majors. In tandem with my teaching responsibilities at NYU, I sang as an extra chorister with The Metropolitan Opera, having performed in roughly 470 performances in 25 different productions over the course of 15 years. Along side these two institutions, I also built a large private voice studio in Manhattan, teaching singers that range from emerging talent to top-tiered industry professionals who perform on the stages of Broadway and The Met. After moving to Phoenix during the pandemic, I have been able to maintain my private studio remotely, travel to NYC multiple times throughout the year, as well as grow my private studio in Phoenix.
I have a strong passion for teaching singers how to unlock their greatest potential as both vocalists and artists. I’m a firm believer that the road to vocal success happens at an early age as a singers develop their vocal technique, dramatic approach and general identity as an artist. I was “that kid" who was fortunate enough to have fantastic music teachers/mentors to properly guide and nurture me in my early years. I feel a tremendous responsibility to carry on that legacy. Please feel free to visit my website: www.jeremyaye.com for more information.
Voice Type: Bass-Baritone
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Jazz; Folk; Gospel; Classical; World; Pop; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter; I accept students through a college or university program