I'm Julian, a singer
and voice teacher in NYC.
I have been singing in some way or another for most of my life. I joined choir in grade school, and performed in musicals and plays. I excelled as a singer, and eventually started taking voice lessons in high school. It was my voice teacher who encouraged me to pursue singing professionally.
I earned a scholarship to the renowned Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, where I gained experience performing a broad range of repertoire as a soloist and ensemble member, and performed principal roles in numerous stage productions. In addition to singing, I also studied music theory, music history, conducting, foreign languages, and music education.
I stayed at Indiana for graduate school, and it was during my time as a graduate student that I started teaching voice as an associate instructor, aiming to share with my students the many valuable lessons I had learned about singing and performing. I have prepared students to successfully audition for university conservatories, stage productions, and choral ensembles. I am a member of the New York Singing Teachers Association and the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
Today, in addition to teaching singing lessons in NYC, I sing professionally at venues such as Carnegie Hall, The Los Angeles Opera, Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid, The Barbican in London, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, with many of the country’s most renowned ensembles, including The Clarion Society, The English Concert, Ember Choral Arts, and The Cecilia Chorus, as well as the choirs of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, and First Presbyterian Church in New York City.