|Photo: Steve Wollkind|
taught at Studio 44 of the
Steinert Building, in the
heart of Boston's Theatre District, and across from Boston
is conveniently located near the
Boylston St stop on the Green Line, and has
lovely Mason & Hamlin piano.
Please email ajda@ajdatheturkishqueen to schedule a lesson. Students are accepted on an ongoing basis!
"I came to Ajda as a beginning voice student, and I am consistently impressed with her dedication to teaching and her teaching style. Every week, she has typed a specific, thoughtful lesson plan for my needs and interests, replete with information about the anatomy of the voice, the science of using the voice as an instrument, and exercises to improve my skill. She also focuses on the artistic aspect during lessons, and has taught me a great deal about how one approaches a song. Her experiences at the Berklee College of Music and performing in her band have served me well, as she has been able to pass along the technical theory as well as knowledge about performing. Ajda is personable, professional, and fun. Her genuine love and appreciation for music have motivated me to practice and become a better singer." - Erin Walker
"Well, I wasn't sure what to expect, but after one lesson, I can say without reservation that, if you're looking for a voice teacher, Ajda Snyder is one hell of a good place to start. A fountain of knowledge, that one." - Rishava Green, Vocalist for The Lights Out
"I had a good voice but no idea how to get control over it. Ajda helped me immensely in getting control over my voice and breathing, relaxation, exercises...I loved going to her lessons because I was so stressed when I went in and completely relaxed when I left! She is that perfect combination of a classically trained musician who also is in the local rock/pop scene. No matter what your level of proficiency is, she can help you to the next level. Ajda puts a lot of work into creating individual lessons for each person/lesson. I highly recommend her as a vocal instructor!" - Kim Ackland, Vocalist for The Black Souls
“To learn how to sing and to improve my voice was something on my bucket list. I literally had no experience, and I turned to Ajda to teach me the basics such as scales, runs, breathing techniques, etc.. She has great ability to teach a beginner like myself. Her patient demeanor and ability to inspire one are so valuable, she’s simply an excellent teacher and I would recommend her to anyone.” - Denise Thayer
Ajda would like
to thank Kathy
her piano teacher, who has been a huge support and an
inspiration, as well as recording engineer Danny Gold and Futura
Productions owner John
Weston, who encouraged her to jump in and start teaching music.
"Ajda is not only a powerful vocalist but also is a voice teacher of note." - Andrew Wilson, Boston Band Crush
"ATTENTION musicians, actors, singers, linguistic artists, motivational speakers, chatty cathys, casual merrymakers: preserve those precious pipes! Check out Ajda, my talented and fantastic voice teacher and try out a lesson (or a dozen). Each of her lessons are worth every (totally affordable) penny." - Tara Purasson
"I found out about Ajda's vocal training lessons through a mutual friend and simply couldn't be happier about it. My vocal prowess has improved exponentially under Ajda's tutelage over the past year. Thanks to her instruction, I have better vocal tone, greater control, and a better understanding of proper technique. Her thoughtful, professional, and fun lessons are worth every penny and I HIGHLY recommend her to anyone who wants to become a stronger vocalist."
- Mark Zero, Vocalist for zeroNegative
And as mentioned on CBS Boston's Guide to Music Lessons and Secret Boston blog!