Questions for You





Merrill S. Shea

Teacher of Singing, Speech, and Voice Therapist

Over thirty years studio and clinical experience employing

The McClosky Technique to

Develop Healthy Singing and Speaking Voices

Rehabilitate Voices Impaired by Vocal Abuse and Misuse

Classical, Musical Theatre, Popular Styles

Speaking Voice Development, Accent Improvement

Member of the Voice Faculty, The Boston Conservatory

Private Studio at

56 Browne St., Brookline, MA 02446

(617) 277-7351

No doubt, you’ have arrived here for one or more of the following reasons:

• You want to learn how to sing.

• You have sung in the past and you want to take up singing again.

• You have been singing for a while and you feel the need for more guidance.

• You know you need help, because your voice is deteriorating.

• You'’ve always wanted to sing, but thought you had a “tin ear” or were “tone-deaf.”

• You are interested in improving your speaking voice.

Whatever your reasons, I'’m sure you have questions. I think you wi’ll find at least some of the answers you are looking for right here. And if you don’'t, you are more than welcome to give me a call at (617) 277-7351.

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