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Singing and Voice Lessons in Northern Virginia - Vocal Health Workshops
Public Speaking Courses - Communication Seminars - Customized Classes
  
 
  
"Welcome! The goal of this studio is to help people develop healthy singing and speaking voices that will serve them a lifetime. There are students here from all walks of life representing all levels -- from beginners to professionals -- and there are opportunities for competition through Northern Virginia Music Teacher's Association and the National Association of Teachers of Singing, so come join us!"
   

  - Anne Hurley-Cole

  

  
Anne Hurley-Cole, soprano soloist and private voice instructor, has 35 years of experience giving singing lessons and teaching the speaking voice to teenage and adult students in her studio in Fairfax, Virginia. Anne has taught vocal health workshops in the Loudoun County Public Schools and served as a voice clinician at Chantilly High School. She was president of the National Association of Teachers of Singing for Virginia and was Minister of Music at Epiphany UMC in Vienna for fourteen years.

Anne also provides custom-designed and on-site vocal health workshops, voice clinics, and communication seminars for businesses, schools, universities and private groups. Her Exploring the Healthy Voice is a specially-designed course for public speakers, lawyers, teachers and anyone wishing to improve the quality of their speech.
 
  

  
  
Anne trained at Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania and at The Britten-Pears School in Aldeburgh, England. She was on the faculty of West Liberty State College and Bethany College in West Virginia where she was guest artist with the Wheeling Symphony and performed with the Boris Goldovsky Opera Workshop.

Anne continues to study under the direction of internationally-known performers and teachers, including Ruth Drucker, Dr. Thomas Houser, and Elaine Summers (Kinetic Awareness). Anne has presented recitals in the United States and Canada, and performs with her husband, violinist Robert Cole, in concerts in the Washington D.C. area. In 2008, Anne performed in Elaine Summers' presentation, Hidden Forest, at the Lincoln Center in New York City.
Ruth Drucker, Pianist Arno Drucker, Anne Hurley-Cole