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Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre

Rebecca Honett, voice teacher

Rebecca Honnet in a blue top and dark rimmed glassesLessons available at the historic
Ariel Opera House!

30 minute lesson $25
45 minute lesson $35
60 minute lesson $45


Structure: Lessons consist of vocal warm-ups designed to focus on technique, expand the voice range and breath support, and build confidence and consistency. Repertoire is chosen in conjunction with each student and is wide-ranging.

Payment: Cash, Check, or Facebook Pay

Sheet Music: Much of the music is provided. Occasionally songs will require purchasing, at the responsibility of the student.

Recitals (optional): $25 per student to help cover accompanist fee and other expenses.

Cancellation Policy: 24-hours is requested for cancellations. Please notify me by phone or text. I understand last-minute/emergency cancellations do occasionally occur, but they should be an exception. Repeated cancellations will be charged at the lesson rate.

Rebecca Honnet, a soprano, earned her Master of Music degree in early music performance from the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA, specializing in voice, and her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre & Music from Mount Union College. She has taught voice privately as well as in her role as faculty with the Harlem School of the Arts, where she coached young professional stage and Broadway performers. She has also coached acting, both privately as well as in the classroom setting.

Rebecca has performed professionally in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. As a professional church musician, Rebecca worked with The Cathedral Church of St. Paul (Boston) and St. Ann and the Holy Trinity (Brooklyn). She was a founding member of Boston-based early music ensembles Magnificat and Cappella Clausura, and has sung with New York Continuo Collective, among others. While in New York, Rebecca studied movement-based acting and was a member of the American Mime Theatre. As an actor, she has been involved with an array of film and theater projects, including stage and film premieres through the Hollywood Fringe Festival in LA (“The Singing School”, “The Dogs of War”, “Tomahawk”, and “Tute Voller Kinder.”)

Rebecca’s interest in experimental and new music has also led her to collaborate with a variety of artists, including LA-based composer/author James Domine as well as her husband, composer Christopher Jon Honett (PhD Harvard). Her vocals can be heard on the scores of “No Candles” and “Taking the Lead.” Rebecca is a member of SAG/AFTRA.