All About Me
Experienced Performer and Teacher
Warren Freeman has played leading roles on stages in every major city across the United States and Canada, including an extensive career in New York City as a singer, cabaret performer, and voice over artist. National Tours include Cats, The Sound of Music, and My Fair Lady. As music director and vocal coach, he has created arrangements for Broadway stars, Tony Award nominees, and New York cabaret artists. In 2014 he earned his Masters in Contemporary Vocal Pedagogy from Shenandoah Conservatory, and now teaches voice at NYU and at Temple University in Philadelphia.
Warren's work with Conner and Smith was highlighted in a recent Washington Post article!
Personalized to each singer
My teaching goal is to get you to your voice goals. I’m not going to try to make you into a cookie-cutter “perfect” voice, but to help you sound more like you! I’ll teach you the fundamentals of how your voice works, then give you specialized tips on how to sing in the styles that you are most passionate about. I work with all genres of singing, but I really love pop and contemporary styles, and will help you learn how to use a microphone if that’s what you want to sing!
Recordings and arrangements
Customize your sound
If you’re preparing for a big audition and need a track to rehearse with, I can record and email an MP3 to you within hours! Let me know what you want and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. I’ve created music arrangements for auditions, cabarets, choirs and small ensembles, and licensed theatrical productions. From chord charts to choral harmonies, I’ll work with you to make the arrangement you want to make your performance special.
Performance and Voice Over
Professional vocals for your project
As I’ve spent the last decade researching the way the voice works, I’ve developed a 4-octave range that can sing effortlessly in any style from classical to rock. Whether live performance or sessions in the recording studio, count on me to sing whatever you need for your big event.