Arabella’s Voice Studio started with the belief that music is muscular, and that anyone can sing with the right training. Specializing in all things voice, Arabella’s Voice Studio is proud to offer tailored singing lessons, public speaking lessons, and musicianship training for all ages in abilities.
AVS serves both the professional speaker and the hobbyist musician looking to train their voice. Arabella’s Voice Studio has successfully taught clients from 3-78+ years of age from east to west coast. Clients have ranged from hobbyists singer/songwriters, teachers, multi-instrumentalists and best-selling authors. Arabella’s Voice studio specializes in early-development and post-retiree, senior learners.
Along with their private lessons, students enjoy the added benefits of complimentary group classes, referral bonuses, 4 complimentary guest passes a year, and partner discounts.
Arabella Berman received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Spanish with a minor in music from Northeastern University (2020). Additionally, she simultaneously completed her vocal styles certification from Berklee University (2021).
Believing that the best teachers are students, Arabella continues to mentor with top teaching artists such as Alyssa O’Toole (Musicians Playground) and Justin Stoney (New York Vocal Coaching). Continuing her work in voice and communications, Arabella is constantly pursing coursework at leading Boston hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, in speech language pathology.
Additionally, she has also worked at top production agencies and marketing groups such as BBDO, NY, Luminations Group, LLC, and Mars, Inc. As a supplement to her work in all things voice, Arabella holds a special love for anatomy and wholistic health and currently holds a NESTA nutrition certification and a Power Pilates Mat I certification.
As a vocalist and voice teacher, I would not have been able to follow my passions if not for the amazing people in my life, who sat down and not only listened to me sing but taught me the importance of truly hearing.
One family member who was an exceptional listener was my Uncle Michael. Michael Chalfin devoted his life to not only supporting his family members, but also in his work as a psychiatrist. Michael Chalfin passed in July of 2020.
Now, I am using my voice to honor and remember Michael. It is my hope to raise awareness and resources for cancer patients through my work.