Vocal lessons teach body awareness, range, breathe support, tone, dramatic & personal commitment! A supportive & enthusiastic teacher who has taught for 20 years, continued performing professionally, Janet specialty is successful work with teenagers & young adults. Lessons are hour long, half technique, half interpretation & application to songs. Sliding scale of $40-$50 individual, $60 buddy lessons, first lesson $30. Appropriate for broadway, classical, folk, swing, & pop styles (others better for rock & jazz.) "I can completely recommend Janet!" Bruce Monroe, Music Dir. 5th Avenue Th.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Specialize in teenagers and workshops for college theatre programs

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • 4 Culture King County Arts Roster, Movement Theater International, Music Assoc. local 76

Serviced Areas

  • Seattle

Payment Options

  • Money Orders, Cash Only, Personal Checks

Contact Details

  Website
  Person Janet Rayor
  City Seattle , WA
  Zip Code 98103
  Phone Number (206) 706-3322

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Janet Rayor

private vocal teacher, school musical vocal coach

Janet Rayor learned early how to teach creatively, effectively, and passionately from her brilliant mother, an award-winning teacher and teacher of teachers!

As a teacher, she has taught privately off and on for over twenty years. Over the last two years, she's taught university workshops and been the vocal teacher for Summit High School's musicals, gaining the trust of students and teachers for her successful work with teenagers.

Janet Rayor has performed roles with 5th Avenue Theater, Seattle Opera, Opera Pacifica, Broadway Performance Hall's Allegro!, and NOISE in the Northwest. Her French band, Rouge, for over ten years has performed concerts, festivals, and fundraisers nationally. Early on she
won lead roles and solos 3rd grade-high school, was one of three in her school to qualify for state classical choir, and began private vocal training at 11 yrs. On graduation, she received a merit scholarship to attend Washington University in St. Louis. Still in her teens, she was accepted to NYU's Theatre program, NYC's Circle in the Square Summer Intensive, and Shakespeare & Company's intensive month study. She left college early to be a repertory member of a professional theater company in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She performed over a dozen leading singing and acting roles with rave reviews at various theaters in Colorado before making Seattle her home-base.