Ready to feel at home on the stage?  

The stage can be a space to shed the performance of everyday life. When we step onto the stage, we often step into the truest version of ourselves. The stage becomes a welcoming home where we are free to express ourselves in powerful and raw ways that we don’t always feel permission to share in other spaces.


Whether you’re a gigging musician looking to take your vocals to the next level or a beginner who’s ready to discover your singing voice for the first time, I invite you to find your inner Stage Native through vocal training, band voice coaching, and workshops with me.

Stage Native lessons and coaching are individually-tailored to each client, with a special focus on vocal health, breath support, and releasing tension to free up your natural singing voice. From there, we work together on your specific goals: vocal range expansion, mix voice development, voice placement, harmonization and ear training, microphone technique, stage presence, music theory, and other skills to achieve a lifetime of healthy and confident singing.


Rachel Eisenstat 

Hi! I'm Rachel, the founder of Stage Native. I’m a full-time singer, recording artist, and voice teacher. Years of gigging, studying music, and teaching have taught me a few things that are at the heart of my teaching philosophy:

  • We are all born singers - children coo and sing before they speak. No one should ever say, "I can't sing!"

  • Singing is a natural and universal means of human communication and connection.

  • Music is transcendent, and with hard work and dedicated practice, each of us has the capacity to channel that transcendence with our own unique voice.

The voice is a versatile instrument, and I focus less on specific genres and more on physical techniques that support vocal health so students can have confidence in their voices to achieve a variety of vocal styles.

WHAT my students SAY

“I had no idea there was so much nuance to singing until I started studying with Rachel.


She has so many years experience singing, and such a broad background of training, that I'm pretty sure I could get daily lessons for a year and learn something new every single day from her. I've actually felt myself improve after every lesson, and I enjoy working with her.”