Renee Maranan has over 30 years of experience in singing, performing and songwriting. Her mission as a vocal instructor is to empower the singer to utilize their voice in a manner that is balanced and connected in order for the artist to sing with ease, versatility, and control, while maintaining a healthy voice.
Renee’s experience as a singing instructor began in 2001, starting out as a private vocal coach to a handful of family and friends, and eventually as a part-time instructor at local music schools in Vancouver, BC (Canada). Realizing the need for a more effective teaching method, she sought further training to improve her skills as a singer and instructor. Since 2007, she has been under continuous training with several of North America’s most proven and masterful vocal instructors and teacher trainers, continuing to deepen her mastery of vocal technique and pedagogy. Renee has grown under the tutelage of her long-time mentor Spencer Welch, Director of Education at the Institute for Vocal Advancement. She has also received education from renowned instructors such as Jeffrey Skouson, Guy Babusek, Linda Tomkinson, Wendy Parr, Dean Kaelin, and Dave Stroud.
Students can expect their lesson time to be focused, productive and empowering. Renee’s charismatic and positive nature creates a very comfortable and open learning environment. She combines her gift for teaching and her passion for music to bring out the best in every student, at every level.
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