Sarasota Voice is a vocal music program that has been around for over 30 years.
Sarasota Voice been working with students all over the country from Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland, New York, Minnesota and now in Sarasota, Florida.
We love working with students of all ages.
Our students have gone on to perform in NYC, Carnegie Hall and all over the world.
Singing provides many benefits as we age.
Did you know that you can turn back the clock on aging just by singing every day in a healthy way?
Developed by a surgeon and educator with over 30 years of experience, Vocal Therapy improves cognitive development, memory, fights depression as well as cognitive decline, improves the immune system, lowers stress levels and is fun.
We call it our "Lungevity" philosophy.
Ongoing research has shown that regular singing can lift your spirits, increase your immunity and provide a workout for your brain and your lungs. These benefits are significant for those experiencing mild to moderate dementia.
We believes the building of healthy fundamentals and nurturing a love of music is the key to a lifelong love of learning and success.
* Singing for Health! Singing for Life!
This is our "Lungevity" therapeutic vocal course that we offer to our senior singers.
Sarasota Voice comes to you and works with your residents.
* Group Voice
Sarasota Voice works with students of all ages in your school or program.
Give your students the excellence they deserve with a program that is guaranteed to improve the voice within one class.
* Private Voice lessons, Music and Coaching.
According to a study conducted at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and published in Trends in Cognitive Science, April 2013, evidence found that the benefits of singing “significantly improved psychological health and well-being through the engagement of neurochemical systems responsible for reward, motivation, pleasure, stress/arousal, immunity and social affiliation.”
Philosopher and psychologist William James understood the benefits of singing when he said,
“I don’t sing because I’m happy, I’m happy because I sing.”