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Interview with Alisha Ruiss

I had the pleasure of interviewing Musiprof voice instructor Alisha Ruiss.  In this interview, Alisha discusses the musicians and experiences that influenced her decision to become a professional vocalist.  She also discusses her time in the classical voice program at Mcgill University.  Finally, she touches on how she developed her unique approach to teaching as well as her work coaching the star of Cabaret Jeanne Motulsky.


 

Alisha Ruiss is a vocal coach residing in Montreal, Qc.  She is a graduate of the renowned Classical Voice Program at McGill University and has apprenticed under Elizabeth Koch, Susan Eichhorn Young and John Gilbert.  She teaches privately at her studio in Little Italy, Montreal, Qc.  For more information about voice lessons, please visit: Alisha-Voice

 


 

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