Diane Tauser Vocal Works

Voice teacher and musical performance coach, Diane Tauser specializes in vocal techniques and body release work that increase range, breath, tone, and over all vocal health. Embracing a Mind/Body/Spirit approach to the art of the performing voice, her work explores creative applications that enhance musicality, stylistic freedom and dramatic intention. 

For the past three years, Ms. Tauser was the The Resident Voice Teacher at The Davenport Studios, owned by Broadway producer Ken Davenport whose credits include It's Only a PlayKinky Boots (Tony Award Winner), Mothers and SonsThe Bridges of Madison County, and Godspell.

Diane Tauser Vocal Works, is currently located at The National OperaAmerica Center. Client roster includes Broadway/Off-Broadway/Regional Theater actors, dancers, directors, choreographers; Anime VoiceOver and Avante Garde performance artists; as well as multi-genre songwriters. 

This Video features

Studio members Brett Kristofferson (2010 MAC Award and 2010 Bistro Award Winner for Best Song) and Kathy Searle performing his hilarious song The Lizzie Borden Rag in Brett’s cabaret revue of his original songs, Keeping My Composure.

"Working with Diane has made me a better actress.   I use her breathing exercises and vocal warm ups all the time!  She not only coaches you vocally but she works with your confidence so you can deliver the best performance."
- Kathy Searle 

Original Musical Works

imageI'll Be Seeing You, an original musical play based on a true WWII love story, had its World Premiere at the
Kimmel Center For The Performing Arts, Philadelphia, PA.

Words & Music by Diane Tauser
Musical Arrangements by Bryan Perri (Dogfight, Chaplin)
2006 Broadway Cast NYC Reading Directed & Choreographed by Jeremy Benton


Other musicals performed in staged NYC workshops include:
- Notre Dame De Paris (1999) Broadway cast. Closed reading
- Stone Cold Beauty (2009), performed to the public for free at The WorkShop Theater. 

Musical Background


Diane's Musical background features mentorship with the late, great Sebastian Engleberg (Frederica Von Stade’s early voice teacher who lead her to win the Metropolitan Opera Auditions).

Diane was also mentored by Anthony Amato (Amato Opera,); dramatic soprano Doris Jung (Prima Donna Munich and Stuttgart Operas).

Both Felix Popper (Conductor, New York City Opera), and Placido Domingo, were advisors for her first company, American Singers Ensemble. She is forever grateful for the invaluable gifts that all these great artists shared with her.