Education is a core part of my work as an artist, and I have experience working with students of various ages and skill levels on voice and piano. Students can expect an approach that is holistic and personalized, pairing elements of technique and music theory with practical performance applications. Besides providing a safe space for each student to explore the music they enjoy, I also aim to give them the tools they need to engage creatively with said music through their instrument. My goal with younger learners, in particular, is to help them interact meaningfully with music in the future by giving them a foundation of basic music theory and music appreciation.

When working with more advanced students, areas of particular interest are jazz voice pedagogy and improvisation for non-jazz instrumentalists and vocalists. I work with students on developing skills such as solfége, ear-training, improvisation, music theory, and composition that will lead to one’s development as an artist. I am especially committed to helping vocalists interested in Jazz-related genres to grow as multifaceted and highly capable musicians.

I am currently accepting new students to my online studio, open to students of all backgrounds and locations. Lessons are available in both English and Portuguese. Sliding-scale rates are available.

For more information, please email stephborgani@gmail.com or submit an inquiry through the “Contact” tab.


  • New England Conservatory of Music ’20 – MM in Jazz Voice Performance
  • LoVetri Institute for Somatic Voicework™ – Levels I-II completed in 2020
  • Columbia University ’19 – BA in Jazz Studies (voice/piano), Russian Language & Culture

Past Experience:

  • Page Music Lesson – Boston, MA
  • Musical Mentors Collaborative – New York, NY
  • Teaching assistant for “Jazz Improvisation for Non-Majors”, The New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA
  • Teaching assistant under Dominique Eade, The New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA