Liz Fleischer

Liz Fleischer

Liz Fleischer’s sight-singing program has been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Town and Country, The Choral Singer and Sing Magazine, and on PBS’s City Arts. She has taught at Barnard College, Circle in the Square Theater School, and the Lucy Moses School, and has led workshops at Sarah Lawrence College, Amherst Early Music Festival, the Manhattan School of Music, the Dalcroze Society, the NYC Board of Education and the Bank Street College of Education. Her sight-singing classes are offered throughout the year at the Kaufman Center/ Lucy Moses School in New York City.

From the Vault: The Secret to Sight-Singing – Relax, it’s not your fault!

What is the secret? New Yorkers have been going to Liz Fleischer to learn this critical skill for 35 years! It's time we let you in on the secret as well.

An Ounce of Prevention: : Musicianship Strategies for the Young Singer

Sight-singing skills have become increasingly important—as anyone can tell from getting to know singers on the scene today, such as Timothy Noble (see April ‘05 cover story). Liz Fleischer will be at the CS convention to teach an easy way to learn sight-singing.

Sight-Singing: When Only a Fresh Start Will Do

Here is a guide to evaluating your own sight-singing strengths and weaknesses, and selecting the right sight-singing class for you

Sight Singing: : The Do-It-Yourself Way

Do you struggle with sight singing! It's not your fault—but it is time to get to work!