Voice Lessons

Check out our voice teachers for voice lessons!

Other Instruments: Piano

Sibvon Rose Giguere began playing music at age two by ear. She is a recording/performing artist, a teacher, actress and singer/songwriter. Sibvon is trained in many types of music including Rock, Pop, Classical, Musical Theater, Jazz, Pop, and Opera. She has been a music director for various projects throughout Boston and NYC. Sibvon is a former signed recording artist (liquid 8 records) and has toured the US, receiving national radio attention & promotion. She has also toured Europe multiple times with Chamber choirs. Sibvon studied vocals at Berklee College of Music, theater at Emerson College, and Vocal Training from Craig Wich of the Boston Conservatory. She prides herself on teaching vocal health awareness and is an NH licensed Speech Pathologist assistant with a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

“The thing I love most about teaching is being able to encourage and develop a students individual style. I enjoy watching them discover their voice and teaching them how to express themselves through singing. I love helping them grow into confident performers that can handle any type of music that is thrown their way because we have worked together to create their own personal style.”

Other Instruments: Piano

Sue has been singing since before she can remember and playing piano since she was 7 years old. In high school, Sue was the first-chair clarinet player as a sophomore, and the first-chair bassoonist in her junior and senior years. Sue was a vocal soloist and member of Voices of Distinction, a delightful and accomplished chorus centered in Kingston, NH, for several years. She also served as the Junior Choir Director and as a piano accompanist of Main Street Church in Amesbury, MA, where she is still a member and soloist in the Senior Choir. Sue is currently a lead singer of “Edgartown”, an acoustic rock and blues trio, which plays throughout the Merrimack Valley.

“My goal is to share my joy of music with all my students and to teach them to play and sing songs that they enjoy. Having fun is key to motivation and learning! It’s wonderful to see a student progress and to see their confidence grow stronger as they continue to develop.”

Other Instruments: Piano

Christie Conticchio is a piano and voice instructor at North Main Music. She began studying piano at the age of six, and picked up voice when she was in middle school. Christie’s inspiration for playing came from listening to Billy Joel as a child. She is a graduate of Rivier College in Nashua, where she earned a degree in Elementary Education. Christie has taught at North Main Music since 2009 and worked as a teacher in the Nashua School District for five years. Christie is heavily involved with the local theater community either performing onstage or music directing.

“I believe in creating a positive environment where the students feel comfortable to make mistakes, confident in their abilities, and having fun while they are learning. it is important to me for the students to have a good foundation of music theory in order to understand easy to difficult music. Many times, I will have my students sight read a piece to play in order to develop deeper level thinking. Lastly, I want to spark a love for music which I know can open many doors in all areas of life.”

Other Instruments: Piano, Ukulele

Sarah Leite is a voice and piano teacher at North Main Music. She began her musical journey at the age of 7 studying piano and soon after added voice lessons. From there, she joined various singing groups and saw her first opera, The Flying Dutchman at the Hawaii Opera Theater and from that time forward grew her fascination with opera. In 2017, Sarah attended the Vocal Choral Intensive at Boston Conservatory and went on to attend Boston Conservatory at Berklee, graduating with her BA in Voice Performance. While at the Conservatory, Sarah participated in over 50 performances ranging from solo recitals to choir and community recitals. These include her final Senior Recital and a performance of the oratorio Crispus Attucks written by Adolphus Hailstork at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Sarah has also participated in a number of choral festivals including the ACDA Eastern Regional Conference and the Rising Voices Collegiate Treble Choir Festival. She has also had the opportunity to record as a soloist in the contemporary work The Death of Schoenberg by Spencer Winell as well as vocals for the jazz piece The Gift of Agency by Collin Anderson. Sarah continues to give back to the arts through voice instruction and performance.

Other Instruments: Piano

Marion Raymond teaches piano and voice at North Main Music. She is a songwriter and improviser who began her journey as a musician at her local church. At the young age of 4, she began experimenting with sounds on both the pipe organ and piano, mentored by many teachers and the choir director along the way. She has had experience in choruses and chamber chorus, and has played alto saxophone, baritone saxophone, flute and xylophone in band and jazz band. After many years playing for a restaurant in her hometown and a few years playing in church services, Marion is ready to teacher skills to others and to encourage students to develop their own personal connection to music. She loves to compose and improvise with music and help others to compose their own songs.

Other Instruments: Piano

Taylor Ragone is a voice, piano, and musical theatre teacher at North Main Music. She has been performing since the age of 2 when she started her musical journey through singing. She began learning the piano and flute at age 7 and developed a love for musical theatre shortly after that. Her inspiration came from listening to all genres of music with her family on long road trips and seeing how music can affect the lives of those that listen to it. Taylor performed in many musicals as well as Jazz and Classical Allstate. She also directs the North Main Music Musical Theatre Group. Taylor graduated from Berklee College of Music with honors with a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Interdisciplinary Music Studies. She focused on Performance, Music Management and Theory.

Bass lessons give students the opportunity to learn many important aspects of music such as rhythm, melody, harmony, and music theory concepts.
Piano lessons offer a great choice for the first musical instrument that a student learns, especially for younger children who have never taken an instrument before.
North Main Music drum lessons are centered on learning the technique of the instrument, basic rhythm, and a variety of styles drumming.
When beginning voice lessons, most students will learn proper vocal technique, which will help them be able to sing in a variety of styles.
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Violin lessons Manchester at North Main Music covers styles such as Classical, Celtic Fiddle, Folk, Country and Bluegrass. Book your lessons today!
Saxophone lessons with North Main Music will start you on your way to learning one of the most expressive instruments in the world of popular music, especially in rock, blues, and jazz.
Ukulele Lessons are easy to learn, uke can be a great alternative to guitar for music enthusiasts under the age of eight.
Trumpet Lessons