“I had the privilege of being a member of Judy Davis’s last voice class inthe year 2000. Judy, of course, was the legendary voice coach whose pupils included Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, and so on down through popular music in the twentieth century. After Judy died, her protege, Grant Taylor, with whom she had worked for many years, instilling in him the foundations of voice, singing, and stagecraft, stepped in and continued guiding us along the path.
Grant brought to us not only the exercises essential to bringing forth our true voices, but, with his own musicality and stage experience in both theater and song, also taught us how to tap into the core emotion ofevery piece, how to make the songs our own and to connect with the audience. He taught so much more as time went on.
I am not exaggerating when I say that Grant finished what Judy started, which was to make my dreams come true and help me become the singer I always believed I could be. I am not alone in this, just one among many who feel the same way!” Knox Bronson –www.knoxbronson.com
“For whatever it’s worth, I need to thank you for so much! More for your belief in me when I didn’t. So to me you are a part of God’s plan for me. You are a stepping stone that led me to what is happening now and with your support, and God’s blessings, who knows where this will take me! I want to say thank you now and that I love you too.” Tony Sweet
“Grant is amazing! He is a mixing magician! Dr. Kurt Vaillancourt
“Thank you so very much! I am truly touched by your words and what you said…to think that I could inspire you is so wonderful. I am so honored and thankful for your support and belief in me. THANK YOU! ” Tammy Darlene
“The support and encouragement you are offering me right now is a welcome and powerful force in my efforts. I believe that, after many years of shunting it aside for the necessary and the practical, a life-long desire is now being realized. Thank you for your participation in this sometimes daunting task.” Phillip Rosenberg
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