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Rediscover your love of singing, trust your impulses, and find uninhibited presence in both performance and life.


This Fall, we're going


Meisner is not just an acting technique.

It's a toolset that helps us to better understand

our anxieties,


& bodies' natural reactions to fear.

We will be journaling, discussing, & studying

psychological research about the voice & trauma,

our own histories & stored beliefs about our voices,

& how our past experiences with voice manifest themselves now.

Gain a better understanding of

why our bodies & brains react the way they do


when we ask them to engage in the vulnerable act of singing.

Join us this Fall as we study the Meisner technique alongside

Trauma-Informed Singing.

Feel ready?

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Sakile Camara's Classes
Wednesdays 7pm ET
Saturdays 1pm ET

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Jillian Paige's Class
Thursdays 3pm ET

Equity & Inclusion


Artists of marginalized identities are invited to register for 40% off of our online classes as part of our commitment to providing equity for those who have experienced disproportionate adversities in the arts. Artists who qualify include but are not limited to Black artists, artists with disabilities, Latino & Hispanic artists, trans artists, Asian artists, Pacific Islander artists, gender-nonconforming artists, Desi artists, and Indigenous artists. If you have questions surrounding your eligibility, contact us!

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Jillian Paige's Classes
Tuesdays 6pm ET
Wednesdays 5pm ET

Our Month


Our classes alternate weekly between a 1.5 hour Meisner technique class the first and third weeks of the month & a 2.5 hour singing class the second and fourth weeks. An accompanist is provided for our in-person classes and either singing with a track or a cappella is acceptable for our online classes. All genres of music and levels of ability are welcome.

Our Upcoming


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About Your




A graduate of Howard University's MT BFA program, Sakile Camara has had professional success ranging from the Kennedy Center to Comedy Central. Sakile’s aim is for her students to feel safe, pushed, and full of potential. Her teaching style infuses on-camera knowledge with Meisner in Music for our rapidly changing industry.



Jillian is the Founder of Meisner in Music and holds a Master of Music Theatre from Oklahoma City University. With years of classical training and experience writing about psychology and the voice, Jillian approaches her classes with deep empathy and a technical ear. Her specialty is helping singers get out of their heads and in touch with their bodies with patience and research-based insight.

Opera Singer

"Meisner in Music qualmed my fears about feeling pressured and judged in a class with other actors. This class stressed authenticity and embracing every single thing about yourself and your environment, which cracked me open and gave me permission to let go of perfectionism, suppression, and facades. After taking this class, I am addicted to the feeling of being this

open and aware."

- Lauren U.

"Meisner in Music's supportive and loving environment creates a safe space for all actors that allows us to spread our wings and leave self judgements at the door. It gets you out of your head and into the world of your piece with tremendous

freedom and liberation."

- Savannah L.

Meisner is not just an acting technique,
it's a psychosomatic tool
to help singers with

"Meisner in Music introduced me to performing without stage fright. For the first time, I could sing without an inner monologue of pressure and inferiority."

- Kyle H.

audition anxiety,

"Meisner in Music is what every singing actor needs. It frees them from feeling focused on technique and allows the authentic voice to flow through. I was surprised by the amazing benefits it actually brought to my voice!"

- Anna L.

vocal freedom,
& performance

"Meisner in Music helped me gain a new sense of trust in myself and love of art and performance. I didn't expect for performance to finally feel easy again."

- Corey T.