Thanks for stopping by! Our goal is to help you achieve your musical goals with confidence and joy – something we’ve done for more than two decades!
Since 1991, Our Clients Have Worked Successfully in
- Broadway & National Tours
- Disney/Nickelodeon TV Franchises
- Video Games
- Live Shows in Theme Parks
- Major & Indie Labels
- Network TV
- Public Speaking
We are located in the San Fernando Valley, just off the 405 at Victory.
Bill’s studio hours are Monday thru Wednesday from 11a to 3:30p and 7p to 10p with Saturday and Sundays from 11a to 6p
Voice Rates: 30 mins. at $55 or 60 mins. at $90
Guitar, Piano, Electric Bass Rates: 30 mins. at $35
(818) 383-1025 (direct)
As a student in the performing arts, Bill’s primary goal was to work with the most respected, innovative and influential professional teachers available. This is how he found his mentors in voice with Lee & Sally Sweetland, vocal coaching with David Craig and acting with Charles Conrad. From the Sweetlands, whose singing technique continues to prevail on Broadway, he learned the art of “singing as an athletic event,” making it a whole-body experience with the mantra “singing is energy.” From David Craig, one of Broadway’s most revered vocal coaches, Bill studied song interpretation and presentation, an exacting science that was genuinely freeing in performance mode. From acting teacher Charles Conrad who, with Sandy Meisner, started the fabled Neighborhood Playhouse in New York, Bill learned how to be present in creation, preparation and performance.
More about Bill:
His voice students and vocal coaching clients continue to work on Broadway, in Film/TV, National Broadway Tours, Animation, Video Games, and Theme Parks.
A member of SAG-AFTRA and Actor’s Equity, began his professional career in 1979 as a song and dance man in commercials for McDonald’s, King Cola, AC-Delco and others;
Originated the lead role of Tom Ambrose in Joe DiPietro (“Memphis”) and Jimmy Roberts’ (“I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”) world premiere “The Thing About Men,” at Tim & Buck Busfield’s B Street Theatre in Sacramento;
Composer for the hit children’s musical “Marshall & Haller’s Snow Queen” (starring a young Ben Platt) at the Falcon Theatre (now Garry Marshall Theatre) in Toluca Lake which enjoyed two extensions, Garry Marshall (“Happy Days,” “Pretty Woman”) exec produced;
Wrote and produced the hit BMG children’s album “Musical Beans; Animal Songs for Children” which sold more than 60,000 units in the U.S. in less than 10 months;
His musical parody, written with Kelly Holden-Bashar, “The Real Drunk Housewives of the San Fernando Valley,” ran for eight months in Hollywood;
His newest musical “Rock Van Winkle,” had a developmental run in Hollywood and is now moving into its next phase;
Recipient of the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Production 1990 “Present Laughter” at the Melrose Theatre;