Voice Teachers!

All voice teachers and voice lessons are not created equal. Some are more expensive. Some are more reasonable but still very good.

Happily, there are more very good teachers than there were just a few years ago but you should still choose carefully. Your voice teacher should inspire you and you should like him/her a lot but most importantly, your  teacher should help you with your voice; how to sing with good tone without injury and should not just teach you songs. I can do that with you in  school.

You can get more information on this topic by clicking the link to
'How to Chose a Voice Teacher.'

Kathy Cammett
Kathy is a good friend and also a good friend of our school. She is a superb voice teacher and can cure a variety of mechanical singing errors in her students. She continues to take highly specialized and advanced courses and most recently studied in London. I recommend her highly. She can either do in-studio lessons or by Skype. (Seriously!)

Kimberly Doucette
Adjunct Instructor at the University of Delaware and Private Voice Studio
Conductor of Wilmington Children’s Chorus
2606 N Van Buren St
Wilmington, DE 19802
302 762 3637


Her husband,
Phil Doucette, is also a terrific voice teacher.

Diana Milburn
Shenandoah Conservatory
Hartt School of Music
International experience in classical music performance, teaching and administration
Classical, Broadway and Pop Music instruction


Sara Seglem Hocking is an opera singer and University of Delaware Voice Instructor.
1215 New Street
Wilmington, DE  19808

Marian Johnson-Healy

Master Faculty at the Delaware Music School


Newark DE


Talia Goren
(former CCSA student and Berklee School of Music graduate)
1304 Stanford RD
Wilmington, DE 19803

Classical technique, ear training, contemporary styles and music business training upon request.

Rosa Maria Faulkner

Lynne Claire Morse
Project Voice: The Vocal Studio of Lynne Claire Morse

Master’s of Music - Vocal Performance (May 2017)
University of Delaware

Voice lessons with Ms Morse are based on these foundational skills: breathing, ear training, and learning to read music (music theory). Students of all levels are welcome, as lessons are tailored to fit each individual's needs.

lynne.claire.morse@mac.com (302) 307-3321
For more information, visit 

Jennifer Kelman

Jennifer is a former student of mine, - a Vocal Music Major in middle school - a Cab Calloway graduate and currently is a highly successful choir director at the Delaware Military Academy. She has a full schedule but, when available, teaches voice to any age or level of student. She also teaches beginner piano and flute lessons.

Jennifer Kelman is a 2014 graduate of Millersville University with a Bachelors of Science in Education for Music Education with a concentration in Voice. Jenn has spent her time in college actively involved in musical endeavors ranging from classical to musical theater. While attending Millersville University, Jenn has had the honor and privilege to perform with the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra at the Fulton Opera House, as well as with the Bach Choir of Bethlehem in Strathmore Hall. Jenn has always had a passion for musical theater, as well as her classical studies since her attendance at Cab Calloway School of the Arts Middle and High School where she studied Voice, Flute, and Musical Theater. Millersville has provided Jenn the opportunity to serve on the board of the National Association for Music Education (Chapter 92) as Treasurer and President, and on the board of the All Campus Musical Organization as Ticket Sales and Fundraising chair. Being involved in these musical activities on campus has provided Jenn with the chance to continue her love and passion for music directing and choreography. Jenn currently teaches private voice and piano through her private studio at Millersville, and has taught through Millersville’s Preparatory Program teaching students from elementary age through college students. Jenn teaches private lessons at the Delaware Arts Conservatory.

Marybeth Miller

1521 Old Coach Rd
Newark DE 19711

home: 302-737-4411
work: 302-239-2121 vmail x 9352

Marybeth says: "
I teach classical voice (not pop, recent Broadway, or belter styles). I teach girls 12 and up; boys 16 and up.
It is strongly recommended that students participate in the choral program in their school while taking lessons.

Emily ‘Iva’ Tepe
Fantastic classical and pop singer/teacher.
call: 302-545-3885
or email: emily@ivavoice.com

Website: http://ivavoice.com/training/

Margaret Badger
is the Piano Teacher at CCSA. (302) 983-2783 margaretkbadger@yahoo.com I teach my private students at home in Chapel Hill off of Possum Park Road, off Kirkwood Highway in Newark. I usually have around 50 students in piano and voice of all ages.

I will post more information for these and other teachers as I receive it.