ZOOM COACHING to Learn or Reduce Accents

1-on-1 Distance Lessons with Renowned Dialect Coach

PRICE SPECIALS when booked by July 15, 2024

Click to pay $145 $125 for a single 1-hour Distance Lesson.
Pay $460 $380 for a discounted package of four Sessions ($95 per Lesson).
Click to pay $760 $640 for a discounted series of eight Sessions ($80 Per Lesson).
Don’t pay for lessons till you’ve scheduled the 1st session at:
Dialectguy@gmail.com       (860) 933-3487

Learn-Modify-Reduce Accents via ZOOM
1-on-1 Accent/Dialect Coaching with
Dr. David Alan Stern

Distance Accent Lessons for
Auditions, Performances, or General Prep
– Coaching for Voice & Speech TRAINERS


Use your Accent Lessons for:

  • accent/dialect coaching–AUDITIONS or ROLES
  • expanding skills & enhancing CASTABILITY
  • following up on your work with David’s Audios.

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The Cost of Each 1-Hour Distance Lesson Also Includes:
(for feedback on your progress)

When you Learn Accents via ZOOM distance lessons with David Alan Stern, it’s the next-best thing to having an in-person dialect coach. He has helped hundreds of actors prepare for stage, television, and film roles. The most recent was Vincent Tycer (Chappaquiddick). Among others he coached for film roles were Geena Davis (The Accidental Tourist), Olympia Dukakis (Steel Magnolias), and Jennifer Jason Leigh (Fast Times at Ridgemont High), and Liam Neeson (Next of Kin). For stage roles, he has worked with Terrence Mann (My Fair Lady and Sweeney Todd), Lynn Redgrave (Sweet Sue), and Pat Sajak & Joe Moore (Dial M for Murder). CLICK TO READ a more complete bio.

David’s Approach to Learning General American Accent

With this Accent-Reduction method, you will first Americanize two speech traits before working on pronunciation. You first create more American-sounding intonation and rhythm using David’s respected “Jump Up-Step Down” method. You then learn his “Mid-Tongue Muscularity” technique that helps you create the resonance or voice placement of Standard American English. After that, these first two skills will help you create the American pronunciations of vowels and consonants. Finally, you can begin working on the more advanced pronunciation features of American English. These include Final Consonants, Medial T’s, -ED endings, and separating L from R and S from Z.

David Alan Stern published the first edition of The Sound & Style of American English in 1987. Since then, he has taught this effective and enjoyable method to hundreds of ESL teachers, speech pathologists, and voice & speech trainers. First, David offered his own teacher-training workshops for many years. Then he was invited to demonstrate his method at national, state, and local conferences of TESOL and ASHA. In addition, his corporate clients have included executives from Bateman-Eichler-Hill-Richards, Beech Aircraft, NCR, TRW, Union Carbide, and Mitsubishi & Wells Fargo Banks.