Deborah Shulman is a well-known vocal technician, and coach.
Growing up in Los Angeles. Deborah had the great fortune to be nurtured by a family with a very deep passion for music. Her late parents lived in the back of their little music store at Carnegie Hall as newlyweds; her father, a great tenor, had inspirations of joining the Metropolitan Opera before WWII intervened in his plan. Considering the family tree includes, vaudevillians, a Broadway actor and music lovers of all stripes, it’s easy to believe the Shulman family lore which says Deborah was singing before she was talking.
Deborah has performed and taught successfully, in all styles, from Classical, Pop, Musical Theatre and Rock, serving on the faculty of the Musical Theatre Workshop at the Music Center, the American Center for Musical Theatre in Hollywood, East/West Players and The Performing Arts Center, where Deborah specializes in helping young dancers find their authentic singing voices.
Deborah has appeared in CATS at the Schubert Theatre in Los Angeles, Emma in TELL ME ON A SUNDAY and MAN OF LA MANCHA, among others, and enjoys a successful recording career, having recorded five critically acclaimed projects for Summit Records.
Today, Deborah is a successful singer, recording artist with an eclectic, international resume and is in demand by dozens of professional singers who come to her for guidance in overcoming large and small vocal challenges.