Jeremy Ryan Mossman is a teacher of voice, movement, and wholistic expression, currently living in Ontario, Canada. He earned a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre Performance from the University of Miami, and a Master of Music in Vocal Pedagogy with a focus on Musical Theatre Voice from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. Though committed to academic teaching over the last 15+ years, Jeremy has recently moved on to focus on teaching in more integrative ways, sharing his passion for wholly embodied singing.

Jeremy is a 500-hour certified yoga teacher, and is also in training to be a Feldenkrais Practitioner. Knowledgeable in both biomechanics and biotensegrity, Jeremy has a unique way of reconciling long-held beliefs with new understandings.

Jeremy has been a presenter at several conferences and symposia, including The Voice Foundation, the Musical Theatre Educator’s Alliance, Michigan School Vocal Music Association, and The Estill World Symposium, and has also taught masterclasses and workshops in around the US & Canada as well as various cities in China. Mossman’s pedagogical ideas have been published in The Vocal Athlete Workbook first and second edition, as well as The Singing Teacher’s Cookbook, as well as various articles in recent editions of Classical Singer Magazine.

You can find Jeremy on Facebook through private groups Singing With JMoss, as well as Body Talk with JMoss, where he helps other voice teachers become more up-to-date in their body-based pedagogy.

Past Short Courses

Fascia 101 For Singers With Jeremy Mossman
Thursday 22nd September 2022
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Fascia 101 For Singers With Jeremy Mossman

Jeremy Mossman

One reason tension issues persist is because we address them in ways that are based on presumptions about our body that aren’t turning out to be true! Fascia is the real unsung hero of all that we do – let’s sing its praises together!