DO YOU LOVE TO SING?
- Sing with ease
- Expand your range
- Sing in tune
- Have fun!
Professional opera singer Eliza O’Malley offers singing lessons to students at all levels
Eliza’s wealth of knowledge, experience and love of music includes over 30 operatic roles, degrees from Oberlin College and Texas Tech University School of Music, and training at Aspen and AIMS in Graz, Austria
Singing lessons in El Cerrito and Berkeley
“I highly recommend Eliza as a voice instructor. She is one of the best I’ve been to. Over the past year, she has helped me tremendously both technically and as a performer. She is patient and encouraging, yet challenging and shares many fresh ideas from her own singing experience. I have in the past, and would continue to recommend her.”
“When I first started taking lessons from Eliza, I had hoped to improve my range and technique. A year later, I possess more dynamic control and have a far greater range than I ever expected to have. I’ve sung rock and pop for years, so the classical music and techniques Eliza introduced to me were intimidating at first but WOW do I feel and hear the difference! From the very first lesson, Eliza has displayed an impressive understanding of the mind of the student and is infinitely patient, which has created a very comfortable and fun learning experience for me. Which, honestly, has as much to do with me sticking to it as the improvements in my voice. I highly recommend Eliza for singers of ALL levels and ages.”
“I heard that Eliza was good with children, so I (an adult woman with limited ability and great embarrassment) thought I could be safe with her. I cannot praise her enough! Not simply that her own voice is exquisite and that she is highly educated and skilled as a teacher. But Eliza is gentle, patient, and extremely intuitive. Lessons are not simply enjoyable, they are transcendent. And Music now lives in my life! Thank you, Eliza.”
“My granddaughter loves her lessons with Eliza. They are wide-ranging musically and lots of fun.”
Here are some links to some projects of my students past and present: