ELYNN DIAMOND
 
...has been performing professionally since the age of seventeen and has been teaching in the city since 1978.
She has recorded lead and back-up vocals for Motown, CBS Records, Arista and a number of independent producers, including Kurt Peterson, Ian Herman, Ronnie Lawson, Brian Gari, 
Jeff Olmsted and Bert Goodman. Elynn's professional singing credits include a featured performance in "Love Bites" starring Chita Rivera (produced by and also starring
Wayne Cilento).

In addition to her singing, Elynn spent several years dancing professionally with the Ronnie DeMarco Jazz Dancers and later taught classes at his studio. She also taught jazz classes at the original Broadway Dance Center in New York City and went on to introduce her unique "Emotional Jazz Dance Class" at Carnegie Hall.


While at Carnegie Hall, Elynn opened her studio and founded "Freeing Your Voice Means Opening Your Heart™" Singing Performance Classes
for Singers,
Actors and Dancers. This is a process that integrates a students spirit, intellect and emotions with vocal technique. Students work
at all levels and in all styles, including R&B, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Classical, Opera, Etc.

Elynn has also created a Monologue Study Class which emphasizes acting with emotional truthfulness and clarity of intention.

A producer and director as well, Elynn has produced such artists as Kim Garfunkel, Tome' Cousin, Christine Emsley, Joanne Weaver
and Tierney Boisvert, to name a few, throughout the New York City club scene. She conceived, produced and directed the acclaimed
"Christine Emsley sings Nyro" at the Laurie Beechman Theatre in NYC. Elynn has produced and directed performers at The Triad,
The Duplex,
Don't Tell Mama and was producer for the sold out/standing room only performance of the original, "Interstellar Songbook"
at Theatre 80,
in New York City, starring Joanne Weaver.

Elynn works holistically, believing that it truly is an integration of our physical, spiritual, emotional and mental energies that allows us to be
whole and complete. She is deeply committed to freeing the artist from the "inside out" and believes that what goes on in your life goes on
in your art. She brings compassion, insight and humor to her work.

Elynn lives in New York City. In addition to her teaching, she continues to write musicals, produce and direct.

Elynn is also available as a vocal arranger for recordings and live performances.



"Do not fear mistakes. There are none."
-MILES DAVIS

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