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As a teacher:
Lili Thomas is a voice teacher based in lower Westchester, NY. She offers lessons in home and at her home studio in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. She also offers acting coaching. She began teaching based on inquiries from her friends and colleagues and was quickly put onto the music faculty at The Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, NY. She begins her lessons with vocal technique by helping the student understand the science behind vocal production and how to support that with appropriate emotional connection and expression, finishing with more of a vocal performance coaching session. This integration is what successfully leads to extraordinary heathy singing in all styles. Most of her students study with a focus on Musical Theatre and/or pop but Lili is seasoned in all genres including Jazz, Blues, Classical, Rock, R&B, Acoustic, Alternative and more. Lessons usually begin with vocal warm ups/conditioning and strengthening exercises, and lead to applying those techniques to material that is of interest and productive for the student.
As a performer:
Lili just closed the sold out off broadway run of The Hello Girls at 59E59 Theaters. Her favorite regional professional theatre credits include A Chorus Line (Sheila), Rent (Mimi), Cabaret (Lulu), Pippin (Fastrada), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Marcy Park), Miss Saigon (Gigi), and The King and I (Tuptim). New York City workshops include Sound of Plaid, Radiant Baby (both with writer Stuart Ross), and Metropolis (with Golden Globe and Academy Award winning writer, Joseph Brooks). She was the Young Soprano in the world premiere of Aaron Jay Kernis’ Garden of Light (Disney Millennium Symphonies) at Avery Fisher Hall with the New York Philharmonic. Lili holds a BFA from NYU (Tisch School of the Arts/CAP21) and is a proud member of Actors Equity. Growing up as the child of classical musicians Ronald Thomas and Mihae Lee, Lili thrived in music, playing 9 instruments but always concentrating on voice. She started studying ballet at age 4 at the Peabody Conservatory, and Stanislavsky acting techniques in Manhattan at the age of 14. She now resides in Westchester with her two children.