Main Street Music provides voice lessons for children and adults age 8 and up. We invite you to take a trial singing lesson with one of our teachers for 50% off. No commitments are necessary beyond the first vocal lesson which means it's a great opportunity to come in, meet your teacher, take a lesson and decide afterward if you'd like to continue. Please scroll below to read more about our vocal teachers. CLICK HERE to find out more information about scheduling a 50% off trial lesson. If you'd prefer to call us you can reach us at 856 478 0098 or feel free to email us at email@example.com. We hope to hear from you soon!
Stephanie Rosie is a classically trained soprano who has been teaching voice to students of various ages and skill levels since 2012. Whimsical and encouraging in nature, she enjoys assisting people in developing their skill and love for singing, specializing in the classical and musical theatre genres. Whether you are looking for help preparing for an audition or performance, or you just want to become a more skillful singer, she would love to join you in pursuing your particular musical and vocal performance goals.
Stephanie holds a Master’s in Music Performance from Belmont University in Nashville, TN, and a Bachelor’s in the same from Cedarville University in Ohio. She currently performs with the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and has been active in musical theatre and opera productions in Texas, Tennessee, Michigan, Ohio, and New York. In addition to private music instruction, Stephanie has taught in the elementary music classroom as well as teaching preschool and early childhood music classes. She has sung for weddings and funerals and regularly participates in leading worship at her local church as a praise team member, as a soloist, and in small ensembles.
Danielle Dougherty, a Philadelphia based jazz vocalist, always jokes that she learned to sing shortly after she learned to talk. After performances with the Philadelphia All City Jazz Band in high school, Danielle began to move towards forming her own band of musicians to play music with, which she found in abundance at Temple University. She graduated in May 2021 with her Bachelors in Music and she is currently pursuing her Masters in Jazz Studies and Vocal Performance. She feels lucky to renew her love of this music every day in her classes, lessons, and ensembles. She has studied voice with Temple faculty Justin Faulkner, Bruce Barth, and Najwa Parkins. Danielle is the vocalist for the Temple University Jazz Band under the instruction of professional trumpeter, Terell Stafford. She recorded with the Big Band on their album, “Without You, No Me” in May 2021. With the Big Band, she has performed at Lincoln Center and Dizzy’s Club in New York City. Danielle also performs throughout the tri-state area in wedding bands as well as with her own ensemble at clubs like Chris’ Jazz Cafe in Philadelphia. From August 2019-present day, Danielle has recorded vocals on over 40 tracks for pianist Micah Graves’ project “Not For the Ordinary.” The albums “Med Nama”, “In My Fairytale”, and “Pawns” were released in 2021, and the latest installation, “Crossroads” is set to release this year.
Garrett Thomas is a renowned opera singer, songwriter, and educator. He is currently working towards his Bachelor in Music with a concentration is Voice at the University of Delaware School of Music. He began his lifelong passion for music during his performance career in Baltimore/Harford County, where he started to perform in high-level ensembles at the age of 8. From Rock bands and solo gigs at local pubs, to staged productions of musicals and Operas, Mr. Thomas has developed a balanced musical philosophy and background that allows him to teach and inspire students no matter their prerequisite experience or aspirations. At the age of 16, he became a featured artist for Beat Chamber Records, where he continuously produces and records music. He believes in meeting every student where they are, by growing the musician and exploring all the different possibilities of the voice through crossover pedagogy and passionate execution.