Sabella Voice Studio


Mr. Sabella is internationally recognized as a Master Teacher in Musical Theater and Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Techniques. He has served as an Executive Director of The Broadway Theatre Project, as well as the President of NYSTA The New York Singing Teachers’ Association. And, has served on the Musical Theater voice faculty at Montclair State University, Fordham University, as well as NYU, Tisch School of the Arts, CAP21 Studio; The New School University’s Mannes College Prep. Division; the State University of New York, College at Purchase and College at Newpaltz.

Additionally, he has been a faculty member, author, and workshop presenter at The Voice Foundation’s annual symposium, and has conducted master-classes, faculty training workshops, and musical theater pedagogy seminars throughout the contiguous United States, Alaska, and South America.

Mr. Sabella is a member of The National Association of Teachers of Singing, and presented a masterclass, “Beyond Belt – Acoustis and Mechanics of the Contemporary Commercial Belt,” at the 52nd NATS Conference (2012).

He has been awarded NYSTA’s Distinguished Voice Professional Certificate, having completed advanced courses in Vocal Anatomy and Physiology, Voice Acoustics and Resonance, Vocal Health for Voice Professionals, Singer’s Developmental Repertoire, and Comparative Pedagogy. (these last two courses, Singer’s Dev Rep and Comp Ped, are both courses that Mr. Sabella has taught for NYSTA as well).

Mr. Sabella is also featured in “So You Want To Sing CCM” (Rowan & Littlefield, 2018) as one of twelve internationally recognized pedagogues to have helped develop a modern vocal technique for teaching Contemporary Commercial Music.