If an artist is preparing a new song for a recording session or performance and wants to bring
their performance to the level of excellence, a great vocal coach is a necessary ingredient.
The vocal coaches listed on this page are highly recommended by Moho Productions to any singer or voice-over artist looking to perfect their craft.
Dawn Walters has been teaching in Southern California for 19 years. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a double major from the Boston Conservatory of Music. Dawn’s studio teaches proper vocal technique, audition skills, performance skills, building your repertoire microphone work and music interpretation/acting through your songs. Dawn believes that while teaching safe and proper vocal technique is absolutely important, a safe learning environment where a student can find their true voice and grow is the key! Dawn works with all levels of singers and vocal styles from beginning to professional singers. She is also a Vocal Consultant for Studio Sessions.
Dawn’s clients come from all over the Country. Dawn’s clients have worked on The Disney Channel, Hollywood Record Label, Nickelodeon, ABC Family, Broadway, American Idol top 100, National Tours, Dodgers, Lakers and Kings Games National Anthem Regulars, The Roxy, Feature Films & National Commercials and thousands of Regional and Community Theater Productions. She has had students accepted into top Musical Theater Programs around the Country and The USC Popular Music Program.
As a performer, Dawn is a SAG/AFTRA performer. She studied with some of the top teachers in Los Angeles, Boston and New York. She has also performed in Los Angeles, Boston, New York and San Diego. Dawn was with the record label Mona Lisa Records in Boston. Her resume includes: “Showtime” television, National Commercials, Hundred of Stage productions, Directing, Session Work and is currently working on her own Disney Demo!
Dawn loves teaching and watching her students hard work pay off and watching them soar to new levels. Whether you are a beginner or a long time professional singer, she believes she can help anyone who has the passion and love for singing succeed to their ultimate goal!
Carolyn Fallin grew up in Detroit, Michigan where she began singing and acting at age ten. Her family moved to the Los Angeles area when she was seventeen and she began booking lead roles in musicals; some of her favorites being, Marion Paroo in “The Music Man” and Julie Jordan in “Carousel,” Nancy in “Oliver,” opposite Gary Dontzig, actor and producer of “Suddenly Susan,” and “Murphy Brown.” Carolyn’s roles in film include “Miss America, Behind the Crown,” “The Philadelphia Experiment” and “Movin In,” with Estelle Harris. Carolyn also starred in “The Metro Chase,” with Jason Padgett and Tara Lipinski. She has appeared on television variety shows with, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Kenny Rogers, Gary Sinise and Phylicia Rashad.
Carolyn’s degrees in Music and Theatre from Seattle Pacific University and teaching certificate from the University of West Florida have enhanced her abilities to flourish as a vocalist, actress, director and coach. Carolyn’s live and studio performances with award winning artists; Lee Greenwood, Michael English, Ricky Skaggs, Tom Fettke, Steven Curtis Chapman and Michael English have been some of the highlights. She was also honored to travel as soloist for presidential campaigns. Carolyn has coached many of her clients in recording studios for soundtracks and albums and has been a studio singer for “Jodi Benson,” “Disney,” as Houdini’s wife in the Broadway Musical Concept Album, “Houdini” and countless other cast albums. She has voiced over 100 characters for animation and commercials, and currently can be heard as the voice of Ford, Microsoft and ADR director and voice of Theodora, the cow for the new animated feature, “Blackie and Kanuto.”
With all of her performance savvy, the entertainment industry calls on Carolyn as a renowned vocal, dialect and voiceover coach to train actors, singers and celebrities from film and television, including, “Disney,” “Nickelodeon,” “A Christmas Carol,” “Beethoven,” “Snow Buddies,” “The Bill Engvall Show,” “90210,” “Glee” and “American Idol.” She is the owner of Vocal Image in Burbank, California and has worked with Sony/BMG developing artists for recording contracts and live performances throughout the US and Europe. She co-produced and starred in “The Hollywood Sisters,” show for Disney and is a judge for national music competitions. With a passion for training and promoting artists, Carolyn specializes in preparing singers and voice talents who are serious about succeeding in the entertainment industry. She believes that knowledge, training, passion and perseverence with the use of practical tools, help to create a professional.
“Carolyn is the best of the best. She was recommended to my friend, by Kenny Ortega, himself. Carolyn has worked with a lot of the Disney kids and was an American Idol coach. Jake and Maia have received excellent instruction from her, and we couldn’t be happier with both her amazing coaching and her encouraging attitude.” ~ Amy (Osmond) Cook
Nancy has students at some of the best collegiate/conservatory programs in the nation: Western Michigan, UCLA, Belmont (producing some of the most talented song writers in Nashville), Berklee, OCU (producing talent such as Kristen Chenoweth from “Wicked”), Brigham Yound University, AMDA (producing the talented Jesse Tyler Ferguson from “Modern Family”), and Columbia. So far 100% of her students have been accepted into their programs the first year.
Her students have gone on to perform in many productions including movies (one of which, “Snow”, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 2012), television (one of which recently appeared in “Criminal Minds”, Broadway shows “Mary Poppins”, “Hairspray”, “Grease”, “Wicked”, “Spelling Bee”, “Aida”, “Oklahoma”, “Les Miserable”, “The Addams Family”, and one that was the understudy in “Billy Elliot”.
Nancy also coached the youngest performers to make Hollywood week for “American Idol” and has students that have performed on “The Voice” and for the executive producers on “America’s Got Talent”. With social media making stars today, her students are active on Vine, FB and Instagram. One of her students, Kyle Thorn, is currently touring with Vine stars across the western Unites States.
Her greatest honor to date was having Tyne selected as one of the two female performers for “Michael Jackson’s” final tour.
Nancy continues to coach students in NY, LA and Nashville and has since relocated to Salt Lake City, Utah. In this move, she co-founded Arete. An organization that develops professional artists, produces international tours and connects these artists and their music with people around the world through social media strategies.
Nancy has a passion for music, but not just music. She wants every performer to use music for good. To inspire, uplift and assist others on this great journey we call life.