Doris Williams has a flair for teaching voice, choir and piano. She can quickly discern the needs of the student and individualizes her approach and style for each student. She has had over 30 years experience with all ages, preschool to adult and seniors.
She is currently seeking students for coaching voice, young students in a group, or adults.

A twenty minute free mini-lesson to see if you want to try voice lessons!

Doris Angel uses the pedagogy of Zoltan Kodaly for her young students on piano and voice and choir.

She can teach using zoom for $65, or in person for $70.00.
Teaching packages: for 4 lessons a�� $250 per month. for 8 lessons a�� $500

Then I do breath capacity exercises using the hiss, A�Increasing lung capacity and breath control.A� Basis for good singing, and good exercises all together for better health and relaxation!

This is a sample breathing lesson.A� I have students do a ground exercise first, one hand one heart, one hand on the belly for a few minutes to seek inner calm.

Hello hello! Just wanted to stop in and give a review of the videos I purchased, one for resonance and one for breathing. They were both *awesome*! Easy to follow and fun to do. I love your energy you have when teaching,A�Doris Marie Williams!

The resonance one did really impact my singing voice nicely. I felt so much more open and peaceful afterward. So happy with my purchase and would encourage others to make one! Thanks so much, Doris!

“MUSIC SHOULD BELONG TO EVERYONE”

DorisTo teach a child an instrument without first giving him (or her) preparatory training and without developing singing, reading and dictating to the highest level along with the playing is to build upon sand.”A�(Zoltan Kodaly)


“If one were to attempt to express the essence of this education in one word, it could only be – singing. …. Our age of mechanization leads along a road ending with man himself as a machine; only the spirit of singing can save us from this fate. …. It is our firm conviction that mankind will live happier when it has learnt to live with music more worthily. Whoever works to promote this end, in one way or another, has not lived in vain. (1966)”
(Zoltan Kodaly)

In Doris’ piano lessons she emphasizes singing everything the student is learning – the words, the finger numbers, the letter names, the rhyhthms, or made up words. In her voice lessons she teaches speech-level singing developed byA�Seth Riggs, used by world-renowned performers in the popular and classical genrA�s.

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Here’s what one parent has to say: “My son started his very first piano lesson a year ago with Ms. Doris Williams. Since then he has grown from an enthusiastic, energetic student without any training into an enthusiastic, energetic, music player. One of the best aspects of Ms. William’s teaching is that she teaches the MUSIC, not just the piano. She believes it is important for students to learn music first, and good piano technique. The theory is taught as well at the level of the repertoire. When teaching piano, Ms. Williams can identify my sona��s strong music abilities and learning styles, and she adjusts her teaching methods to suit his level and needs. As a typical 6-year-old boy, and a tactile learner, he gets distracted easily. Ms. Williams is always patient with him, and can always find pieces that keep him interested. I often hear my son happily humming the tunes he had learned in the class, and he is always looking forward to the new class. Ms. Williams not only preserved his love of music, but also taught him how to truly appreciate the music. I feel very lucky to have Ms. Williams as his piano teacher.”

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