North York Toronto voice lessons
Are you a singer in the North York area looking for a fantastic voice teacher? Are you tired of having to travel into the downtown core for lessons?
We have options!
Our North York teachers are willing to host you in their apartment as well as provide online singing lessons for those who still wish to utilize online only accommodation. Singing classes in North York are available for all ages and skill levels.
Singing teachers available in
North York Toronto
Note: Tyler Has A Cat In His Studio
Teaching Ages: 8+
Tylor van Riper
Now working almost exclusively as an actor, writer, and producer in the Film &
Television industry, Camp on Fire Productions Co-Founder Tylor van Riper began his arts
career as a vocalist at a young age in the Southern Alberta prairies. After having won
awards for classical voice (AB Provincial Music Festival, Concerto Competition, Dr. Dasha
Goody Memorial Foundation Scholarship), he chose the Musical Theatre career path, for
which he now holds a Master’s Degree from Guildford School of Acting, at the University of Surrey, UK.
Tylor’s career has taken him from the prairies, across the pond to England, and
to Toronto, which he now calls home. In the 15 years Tylor has devoted to his artistic career,
he has performed lead and supporting roles in musicals such as: A Little Night Music, Spring
Awakening, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, & Next to Normal. He has written and
performed numerous cabarets, plays, and musicals, and has recently been developing a
Non-Binary musical with Juno Winner & Grammy Nominee Pablosky Rosales, from the
Cuban band Cubanismo. As a writer and producer for Film & Television, his most recent
endeavour is a TV Pilot for the comedy series he co-created, “The Bounce,” which featured
key creatives from Schitt’s Creek, Kim’s Convenience, and Kids in the Hall.
Alongside his artistic career, Tylor has invested countless hours into his career as a
vocal coach, and now works with singers of all skill levels in Pop, Jazz, and Musical Theatre.
with techniques from Estill to Alexander, as well as some which are unique to singers on the
other side of the Atlantic. He is one of the few vocal coaches in North America to incorporate
techniques found in the Laryngeal Conditioning System, which aims at freeing the voice
through balancing acoustics & power, dealing with issues in registration, and allowing
singers to produce a healthy mixed belt. Tylor has sat in on studio sessions with his
students, helped to craft & write original material, and helped to produce demos from his
Rates Voice Lessons
$80 /45 minutes
$60 /30 minutes
Professional Recording of Song(s) during lesson and artistic consultation:
$120 /45 minutes
Teaching Ages: 4+
Robert Popoli is a voice and piano instructor, composer, and performer based in Toronto, ON. He is a graduate of the Bachelor of Music Honours Performance (Voice) program at Western University. Selected theatrical credits include: John Brown in The Shop Girl (COSA Canada); Cogsworth in Beauty and the Beast, Rooster in Annie, J. Finch & Others in Puffs (Canadian Premiere), Harry “Jazzbo” Heywood in It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, Mr. Marks/Jason Green/Stormtrooper in The Producers (The LOT); Carlos / Elle’s Dad in Legally Blonde (Hart House Theatre); Sailor in Something for the Buoys (Sapling Productions); Performer and Music Director of Quarantine Story: A Digital Cabaret (Music Theatre Productions). Selected university credits: Paul San Marco in A Chorus Line, Jack in Into the Woods (Theatre Western); Leaf Coneybear in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Jimmy Harper in Reefer Madness (King’s Players); Laurie in Little Women, Robert in Company (Music Theatre on the Thames) Tom Springfield in Forever Dusty, Riff Raff in Rocky Horror Dinner Show (The Medley).
Robert enjoys teaching all age groups in a variety of musical styles with specializations in musical theatre, pop, opera, and rock. Being a composer, Robert is also able to help his students improve their compositions, learn what it takes to write in musical theatre style, accompany themselves while singing, and develop their sense of creativity for the purposes of writing songs and/or lyrics. In addition to his one-on-one lessons, Robert occasionally offers masterclasses in which students can perform for each other and receive peer feedback!
$70 /45 minutes
$50 /30 minutes