Brenda works via Zoom with students all over the world in piano, voice, improvisation skills, songwriting or career development. Whether you are getting your voice in shape for a recording session, digging into some piano skills, learning jazz, or seeking insight into your next career move, our time together will be a boutique experience and you will finish with a clear picture of what to work on.
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“Without her knowledge, guidance, and encouragement, I may never have realized my dream of playing jazz piano for an audience! I am very grateful to work with such a wonderful musician and teacher.”
Dr. Melissa Forbes, Singer/Professor at University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia
"I absolutely loved how she integrates vocal science into her coaching. I not only was gaining confidence in myself but a true understanding of how my voice works.”
Derick McKoy, Founder and Artistic Director, McKoy Dance Project, New York City
"One of Brenda’s many strengths as a teacher is that she is well versed in many genres and she gave me a clear, easy to follow structure for developing my improvisational skills. Brenda is warm, encouraging and helped me overcome my fears and mental blocks during the process."
Cindy Hospedales, R&B/Jazz Vocalist/Songwriter, Classical Pianist, Piano and Voice teacher, Brooklyn, NY
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Whether it’s a workshop or masterclass for a college, adjudicating a festival, or giving a talk on pedagogy or career development, Brenda would love to come to your institution.
Brenda is an upbeat and energetic guest artist, who can provide guidance and inspiration to groups of any age or experience level. A natural people-person, Brenda is a confident and humorous and prone to sharing extensive wisdom from her broad musical expertise.
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"Whether serving as a guest conductor or clinician covering any number of important and under-addressed topics, Brenda never fails to impress. They don't come any better than Brenda Earle Stokes."
Dan Bilawsky, Suffolk County Music Educators' Association (SCMEA), Day of Jazz and All-County Jazz Co-Coordinator
"Your positive and forthcoming attitude resonated with the students; I heard lots of great comments from everyone.
Chase Sanborn, University of Toronto, Canada
"Her presentations were inspirational and engaging and our members were thrilled to leave with information that they could apply in their own classrooms and rehearsals immediately."
Jeffrey G. Haas, Vice President, Conference Chair for the New Jersey Association for Jazz Education
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