“Gail is hands down my favorite voice teacher I have ever studied with! I started working with her in high school, and she helped my voice grow in leaps and bounds, teaching me how to belt healthily and maintain strong vocal consistency. I now live in New York City pursuing a career in musical theatre, but I still go to Gail every time I visit home or need help perfecting a particularly challenging note or song. She has helped me accomplish vocal goals that I didn’t even think were possible for me, and I am extremely grateful for her superb training and continued friendship!” Devon Frieder, actress, singer, dancer, producer, director, MFA Musical Theatre Boston Conservatory

Gail Springer has studied, practiced and refined the art of teaching for over forty years.  She teaches private studio and group classes related to the performing arts to children, teens, adults and the elderly.  

Courses include Estill Voice Training Levels I and II, Voice and Diction for Actors, Shakespeare for Actors, Dialects, Accent Reduction, Music Theatre Workshop, Singing on Stage, Auditioning for Musical Theatre, Stage Movement, Voice Technique.


Professor of Theatre, Director of Music Theatre, Performing Arts Department, Santa Fe University of Art and Design, formerly the College of Santa Fe, 1981 to Present
Private Voice Studio, 1973 to Present
Instructor, Santa Fe School for Contemporary Music, 1987
Lecturer, CSF, 1980.
Lecturer, University of New Mexico Division of Continuing Education, 1980
Instructor, Freedom University, Albuquerque, 1979
Instructor, Naropa Institute, Boulder, 1979 & 1981
Guest Artist, UNM Department of Theatre Arts, 1977-1979
MMEd University of New Mexico 1975
BMEd University of New Mexico 1971
CM, Certified Master Teacher of the Estill Voice Training System, 2005
VASTA (Voice and Speech Teachers Association); EVI (Estill Voice International); NATS (National Association
of Teachers of Singing); RGNATS (Rio Grande Division of National Association
of Teachers of Singing