Private Coaching with Ashleigh Junio

Ashleigh Junio

Specialties: Audition “Book Building” (requires a minimum of 3 coaching sessions purchased as a package), Vocal Coaching (Song Interpretation), Vocal Coaching (Technique), Monologue Coaching, Audition Scene Coaching, Shakespeare, College Audition Prep
Online Coaching Available? Yes

Ashleigh is the Admissions Director of Broadway Artists Alliance, a member of the voice faculty at New York University, and has worked as a professional performer for many years. She was most recently seen in the National Tour of Elf, and she has been fortunate to work on some amazing NYC and regional stages. Ashleigh is pursuing her Master’s degree in Musical Theatre Vocal Performance/Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy at NYU. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from the New School University, is a graduate of the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, and was a founding member of Tip My Cup Productions where she served as Artistic Director from 2005 to 2008. Past performances include The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Godspell, Parade, Grease, Oliver, Once Upon a Mattress, The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, The Children’s Hour, Twelfth Night and her One-Woman Show, Me Sing Pretty for You.

INFORMATION ABOUT AUDITION REP BUILDING PACKAGE: One of my specialties is helping students build a musical theatre “book” that is appropriate for their age, type and talents. This is an in-depth process that requires at least 3 coaching sessions (in person or via Skype/Facetime). The cost for this 3-session package is $450 for in-person coachings (I provide the accompanist and studio space) or $350 for Skype/Facetime coachings (student must provide the accompanist on their end).

Ashleigh’s Coaching Philosophy

I began performing in musicals and plays when I was 11 years old and theatre has been my passion ever since. Whether I’m doing voice or acting coaching, my goal is the same: help you perform honestly and uniquely within the context of your material. In other words, I want to help you discover that super-awesome combination that is YOU walking in the shoes of your character. I don’t subscribe to any one singing or acting technique because I believe that there are many ways to train, so we can work together to find what works best for you. I specialize in helping singers find and prepare great audition material (I’m a really big musical theatre nerd who knows a LOT of shows!), and coaching audition monologues and sides. I do coach Shakespeare; I don’t coach dance…trust me, it’s better for everyone that way! 🙂