Jeanette Airen

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Jeanette Airen is an exceptional teacher of vocal technique and performance skills. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music with an emphasis in Musical Theater from California Lutheran University and an Associate of Arts Degree in Music from Los Angeles Pierce College. In addition to her degrees, she has also completed a summer vocal program at Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, CA and several acting courses at Beverly Hills Studios.

 

Jeanette has worked with many kids in the community at elementary and middle schools where she taught music and drama. She also helped to build the chorus and after-school musical theater programs at many schools in the Conejo Valley.

As a singer/songwriter she has performed as a featured artist at renowned venues such as the Anaheim Convention Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, as well as, The House of Blues, King King and Club Spice in Hollywood. She has also shared the stage with well-known performers such as Dick Van Dyke, H-Town and Grammy Award winner, Hila Plitmann. She has even appeared on VH1's Save the Music concert. Jeanette's songwriting craft has been nurtured by producers Todd Cochran and Bill Brendle. As a result, her song “Better Man” reached Top 5 status on Live365's OnExclusive Live internet radio station.

 

Her versatility, talent, knowledge, and experience has helped her become an excellent teacher. She teaches all styles of music and she introduces her students to musicianship, music theory, performance techniques, vocal technique, developing a unique style and making each song their own. She also teaches beginning piano and ukulele, and her own acting techniques for "truthful acting."