Deborah Shulman, Singer, Recording Artist, Vocal Coach Growing up in Los Angeles, Deborah Shulman had the great fortune to be nurtured by a family with a very deep passion for music. Her late parents, both singers, lived in the back of their little music store at Carnegie Hall as newlyweds; her father had aspirations of joining the Metropolitan Opera before WWII intervened in his plan. Considering the family tree includes vaudevillians, a Broadway actor, and music lovers of all stripes, it’s easy to believe the Shulman family lore which says baby Deborah was singing before she was talking. When Deborah visited her grandfather, the renowned violin collector Nathan Posner, at his home in Beverly Hills, she’d sit surrounded by the magnificent instruments and sing her heart out. He made her feel like the world’s greatest singer, though he quietly hoped she would become a violinist. Today, Deborah Shulman is a successful singer and recording artist with an eclectic, international resume. The nurturing Deborah received paid off in a more unexpected way for the music world as well: as a vocal coach, Deborah is in demand by the dozens of professional and aspiring singers who come to her for guidance in overcoming large and small vocal challenges.
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Deborah Shulman's previous recording 2 for the road was, in my opinion, one of the finest vocal albums of 2007. Now, she's back with another one called My Heart's in the Wind and like the first it's a truly great one. This is a worthy companion to the first release. Well done Deborah!
Jacques Emond, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Deborah . . . I've loved your singing ever since those first notes of '2 for the road' . . . This new CD does not disappoint. The sweet flow of tunes bathes me in a wash of lush romantic feelings.
Mitchell Mendys, WKNH
“I just reviewed your CD and it is a truly great listen
Willing to teach
Intermediate to advanced students
Deborah has taught voice and coached musical theatre and opera, both in Los Angeles and New York. She has served on the faculty of the Musical Theatre Workshop of the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera at the Music Center and the American Center for Musical Theatre in Hollywood. She is presently the head of the Vocal Department at the Performing Arts Center in Northridge. Her vocal clients have included pop stars, Bette Midler, Jennifer Warnes and Linda Ronstadt, and rock stars, David Lee Roth and Chris Robinson of the Black Crowes, among others
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