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About Tyler

    Tyler here --- thanks for dropping by! My passion for teaching comes from a love of the human voice, and the problem solving that comes along with helping singers overcome their unique vocal hang-ups. 

Tyler Jones (he/him) is a voice teacher and actor based in NYC. He specializes in singing voice instruction for professional voice users across a range of industries and genres, including Broadway, Pop/Rock, Film/TV, and more. His clients span Tony winners, TV stars, singer-songwriters, pre-professionals, and even EGOTs! In 2022, Tyler was a Production Vocal Coach for Hulu’s musical series, “Up Here.” He has also served as Production Vocal Supervisor for A.J. Holmes’ Off-Broadway show, YEAH, BUT NOT RIGHT NOW. Tyler has a special interest in vocal health and working with singers who have experienced voice injury. He has completed a Laryngology Observership at NYC’s premier voice clinic for Broadway performers, Sean Parker Institute For The Voice at Weill-Cornell Medicine, for which he also serves as a referral voice teacher. He has presented masterclasses and lectures at the collegiate level— most recently for the Musical Theatre department at University of Michigan.


As an actor, Tyler has appeared in THE BOOK OF MORMON, and most recently, on Apple TV’s “WeCrashed,” opposite Anne Hathaway. Other theatre credits include leading roles at TUTS; Broadway at Sacramento; Long Wharf; Maltz-Jupiter; Connecticut Rep, and more. Other television credits include appearances on “Boardwalk Empire,” “Little America” and “Masters of Doom.” Tyler has trained extensively in Estill Voicework, Fitzmaurice, Speech Level Singing, the Aaron Hagan Technique, Bel Canto, Alexander Technique and Feldenkrais. He has earned the title of Distinguished Voice Professional from New York Singing Teachers Association’s Professional Development Program. Tyler received his BFA in Musical Theatre from University of Michigan. He is a member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, and NYSTA. He is proud to be an associate teacher for his mentor, Mike Ruckles. Tyler's favorite job is being Dad to his truly insane dog, Sadie. 

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