Piano & Voice with Nathalie

nathalie headshotNathalie Haller has specialized in teaching piano and Broadway/Pop vocal technique to Valley children for more than a decade and her students appear regularly on television, in national tours and in musical productions at local schools and community theatres.  She recently produced an eight-month sold out run in Hollywood of the critically acclaimed musical parody “The Real Drunk Housewives of the San Fernando Valley,” a takeoff of Bravo’s Real Housewives’ franchise that features a disco score and real “Real Housewives” calling in. She and Bill also created a ground-breaking music theory program called Music In Action that taught elementary school children how read and play rhythmic notation on sight, resulting in increased math and reading scores for participating schools in the Santa Susana and Burbank Unified School Districts.  She loves singing and working with singers and piano students of all ages.  Fun fact: Nathalie had a character named after her in the Broadway jukebox musical “All Shook Up.” True story!


Rate: 30 minute lessons: $35


Contact Nathalie directly at (818)  438-4078



“Nathalie has been our daughter’s vocal coach through elementary school, middle school and now into high school resulting in leading roles in many school productions. She has such a wide musical and theatrical repertoire that kids immediately relate and feel comfortable. So happy to have Nathalie and Bill in our lives for so many years!”

– Robin Guttler

“Nathalie has my been son’s piano teacher for almost five years, and my daughter’s for nearly three. My children have not only grown as piano players under Nathalie’s instruction, but developed a genuine love of music. She makes playing piano fun — while staying on task and really teaching the fundamentals. Going to piano lessons is never a chore, and playing a new song at home comes with joy. We are so grateful to Nathalie for her patience and dedication. I’m sure with another more ‘strict’ teacher, my kids would have given up long ago!”

– Sally Sacon