A Lifelong Voice
with Jacqueline Novikov
Mindsets and Techniques to Get Started
Singing well in the studio is not enough. No matter your previous experience, every student will practice singing in front of a real audience.
Shed habits that are holding your voice back and gain mental flexibility to learn new skills.
Build a strong foundation of vocal technique that can be applied to any style of singing.
— Adel, age 16
Jacqueline Novikov has been teaching private voice lessons since 2006 and is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Her students have been accepted into college performing arts programs including: Emerson, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, University of the Arts, Hofstra University, and UMass Amherst. Jacqueline's teaching philosophy focuses on healthy sustainable vocal technique, combined with growth mindset strategies to work toward goals and develop confidence. Lessons include vocal exploration and warm-ups (to cultivate refined motor coordination, vocal strength, body awareness, and pitch), sight singing/musicianship, song learning, and performance preparation.
Which age groups do you teach?
High-school and middle-school students.
What styles of music do you teach?
Generally musical theatre, classical, Disney, and jazz.
Where do you teach?
Newton, MA (map) and online.
How long is each lesson?
45 minutes for younger students, 60 minutes for older students.
It’s my favorite day of the week because I get to see Jacqueline and sing!— Nicole, age 12
I didn't really get to thank you after our concert today and I truly want to do so from the bottom of my heart. I've learned so much from you over these two years, from singing styles and techniques to acting skills and standing in front of an audience to general physical wellbeing. I know I've grown so much under your guidance and you've always made me feel comfortable and supported. I love meeting the other students, performing with them and you. Thank you again so, so, so much for being such an amazing and wonderful teacher. It's been an honor to be your student!— Elie, age 18