Singing vibrates us body and soul,
and brings us together as community.
Elise has earned a reputation as a masterful educator, working with professionals and beginners alike. Elise takes singers on a journey to expand confidence and consciousness. Playing with melody, rhythm, language, harmony, vocal production, and soul connection, students discover, explore, and expand their vocal range and abilities in a supportive and joyous atmosphere.
Around the U.S., Elise takes her Impromptu Glorious Chorus™ to studios like San Francisco’s Sawtooth, Seattle’s Space Needle, Boston’s Third Life, and Asheville’s Jubilee, as well as conducting workshops for organizations like Alternate ROOTS, the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, and a wide variety of choirs, choruses, and ensembles.
Internationally, Elise uses her fluency in multiple languages to lead workshops in Italy, France, Switzerland, Latin America and Africa.
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Low Pressure, High Pleasure Elise leads sessions of glorious group singing, teaching in a style so easy that, before you know it, the room is in perfect harmony! Drawing from her love of diverse melodies and rhythms, Elise may introduce a Brazilian samba, a Congolese...read more
Discover, explore, and expand your natural voice Singing for Fun is both a forum for individuals to learn more about their own voice, and a way to build community through group singing. The workshop includes body and voice integration, calling in elements of Tai Chi,...read more
Expand your confidence and your consciousness! Dive in! Play with melody, rhythm, language, harmony, vocal production, and soul connection. Get the gritty, technical, sensual sense of how the voice can draw powerfully on vocal wisdom from many cultures. Explore the...read more
Build community through group singing “Harmony” in the world can be defined as people of many different cultures, customs, and beliefs recognizing and celebrating each others’ differences while also identifying with and sharing the traits common to us all as one...read more