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Creativity Voice Studio
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T TRISH



"I believe that anyone can sing if they have a strong passion to learn 
and are devoted to practicing. 
Allowing students to feel comfortable enough to 
freely express, without judgment or 
pressure to perform, gives them the 
opportunity and permission to develop naturally 
and to experiment with their own unique sound and creative style. 
I love to support students 
and to see their confidence grow by giving 
them challenges they can succeed at.
"  --Trish Mairet



Trish has taught students of all ages for over 20 years.
She started Creativity Voice Studio at Wolfe Den Recording Studio
in Santa Rosa, CA in 1998. 
Trish has a gift for seeing exactly what students need
to develop a dynamic and well-trained singing voice. She provides a safe and
supportive learning environment and accepts each student's musical ability.
She assists them to build upon their skill and talent to help them to reach their potential.




BIO:

Trish grew up listening to all styles of music. At the age of 10, her favorite Country artists were Ray Charles, Roger Miller & Johnny Cash.  Her sister played a lot of R&B & "Motown," especially artists like The Four Tops, The Temptations, Smoky Robinson & Steve Wonder, who influenced her in Soul Music and The Blues. Trish began learning guitar chords and a few melody lines and she started to accompany herself learning folk songs of Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt & Laura NyroHer mother had a satiny Sarah Vaughan style contralto voice and from her she learned concepts like phrasing, timing and improvisation. Her grandmother sang and played the piano and organ by ear and was inspired by Peggy Lee, Connie Francis and Ray Charles. By listening to her grandmother, she began to simulate some voicings she heard in the music.

Moving to the West Coast in the latter 80's introduced Trish to "KJAZ" which was at the time, the premier San Francisco Jazz station. Listening to jazz was extraordinarily challenging and very compelling and the most musically inspiring to date. Her brother, began making audio cassettes for her of compilations of the history of jazz, which included many instrumental groups and vocalists. Trish tuned into the local SF jazz scene and she began attending Bay Area jam sessions and shows at Yoshi's Jazz House and Bluesville, an Oakland, CA and other music venues around SF Bay Area. Trish took beginning piano and jazz appreciation at Santa Rosa Junior College and attended Jazz Camp West, where she met and worked with jazz musicians and teachers Bennett FriedmanJay Clayton, Rhiannon, Rufus Reid and Faith Winthrop. She took courses at the Jazz School Conservatory in Berkeley, CA and studied improvisation with famed Jazz Guitarist, Mimi Fox and studied Speech Level Singing technique with Dave Stroud.  

Trish began teaching a few private students in 1998 at her studio in Santa Rosa, CA. Later she taught at local music stores in the North San Francisco Bay area. In 2000, she formed the Jazz Vocal Forum which is a repertoire practice group for singers to rehearse new material and to offer and receive support and feedback from other singers. They work with live piano accompaniment to build their repertoire. In 1999 Trish opened Jazz Jam Cafe' an intimate concert room that featured the music of local San Francisco Bay Area Jazz Artists live in concert and sold CD's of their music. 

trish mairet is a jazz vocalist and has taught voice students for over twenty years. she has a natural ability for seeing what each student needs to be successful. she studied voice at the conservatory of music in berkeley, ca, jazz appreciation and vocal repertoire at santa rosa junior college santa rosa, ca. she studied voice technique and improvisation with rhiannon, jazz vocal artist and collaborator with bobby mcferrin and instructor at berkeley college of music, boston and jazz vocal development with suzanne pittson, ma, assistant professor of vocal studies at ccny.