Will is a curious and dedicated teacher of voice and music. He has taught in prestigious music schools, summer programs, and colleges in California, Boston, and New York City, including NYU Steinhardt’s voice department and Berklee’s Summer Musical Theater Workshop. Will finds immense joy in sharing his love of music with students of all ages and helping them discover what their unique voices can do. He uses developmentally focused teaching methods to work with singers of all ages, skill levels, and interests.
His general strategy is to establish a relationship with the student, giving value to their opinion whether they are a beginner or an experienced performer. In voice lessons, Will designs exercises that encourage released breath and healthy sound production. By employing a myriad of tools and modifications, he enables students to have new experiences that build good habits and replace habits that are no longer serving them. He is more invested in helping students discover what their voice can do rather than deciding what it should do.
As a singer, he is multi-dimensional. Will self-accompanies in many contemporary styles like jazz, pop, rock, etc. He has performed musical theater roles such as Sweeney (Sweeney Todd), Stone (City of Angels), Fred (Kiss Me, Kate!), Cowardly Lion (Wizard of Oz), and many more. He also performs opera, recently performing the role of the Marquis in (Dialogues of the Carmelites).