Emily Borromeo
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  • School of Rock


  • Broadway Bounty Hunter


  • The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee


  • Tell Me A Story (CBS)
  • Sneaky Pete (Amazon)
  • The Jim Gaffigan Show (TV Land)
  • The Sing Off (NBC)
  • Sunny Side Up (Sprout Channel on NBC; Emmy Nomination)
  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade featured performer for 3 years

What I Offer

= Star Classes (focused group classes with the experts of our staff!) CALL FOR AVAILABILITY


Private One on One Lessons


30 Minutes

1 Hour




Private One on One Lessons


30 Minutes

1 Hour



Audition Preparation

Build and strengthen your audition toolkit. In this class we will discuss choosing the right material, putting your creative stamp on it, creating a cohesive audition package, and empowering yourself through the audition process.

Bring two contrasting 32 bar cuts of your audition songs to work on.

(Topics covered: choosing material, marking up and making your sheet music cuts, creating a cohesive and clear audition package, curating your marketing materials, and tips/techniques for successful auditioning)


Song Interpretation

In this class we will break down the musical composition and lyrics of your song in order to discover how to bring it to life in your own unique and powerful way.

Bring a new song each week and we will explore how to implement our approaches to different musical styles within the musical theater canon.

(Topics covered: lyric analysis, understanding musical cues, song mapping, creating an emotional life, personalization of your material)  


Go With Your Gut

Strengthen your improvisation skills and learn to free your creative instinct.


Lights, Camera, Action: Living Room Edition

Work on specific techniques to build confidence on camera from your own home. We will touch upon the art of the self tape and how to create content that highlights your talents.



You’ve memorized your song and now it’s time to get on your feet! Bring your favorite 32 bar cut and we will discover your dynamic physical life to enhance your vocal performance and take your acting to the next level.

(Topics covered: maintaining healthy singing, freeing your body, working on physical expression of emotional life, using our bodies in performance, impulse and instinct training)


Uke Can Do It

Ever wanted to accompany your vocals with a portable instrument? In this group Star Class we learn the basics of the island instrument and incorporate chords with singing.

This class is perfect for those who want an introduction to Ukulele before committing to private lessons.

(Topics covered: instrument fundamentals, playing posture, chord learning, chord reading, common progressions, strumming patterns, adding vocals to playing)


Media Links

All I've Ever known

Performed by Emily Borromeo


Performed by Emily Borromeo

Dressing Up

NBC/Sprout music video featuring Emily Borromeo


National Commercial featuring Emily Borromeo

That Would Be Enough

Performed by Emily Borromeo

The More You Know

NBC Commercial featuring Emily Borromeo


How do I register for classes?

Simply fill out the Get Started form and Broadway Lessons© will then take care of placing you with a great teacher who is perfect for your needs. If you are interested in a specific teacher, please let us know. We will arrange your lessons. We will work with your schedule and the teacher’s schedule to arrange the perfect time.

Which is better for me - a Star* class or an individual lesson?

Our one-on-one lessons are 100% customized to meet your goals and are a great way to accelerate your progress. Taking Star* classes are a great way to learn from Broadway’s finest. These lessons follow more of a classroom style setting with multiple students, but you still get individual attention.

What is the age range of the students?

That is a great question. Most teachers request that their students be at least five or six years old. If a student is younger than that, we can arrange a trial lesson just to make sure the child is ready for lessons. Also, you are never too old to take lessons. We currently have students well into their 80’s.

What are virtual lessons?

Broadway Lessons works with the teachers to determine a fair lesson rate based upon their experience. A virtual lesson is having a music lesson in the comfort of your house. The day before your set lesson’s time your dedicated staff member will send you an email inviting you to your lesson. Lessons will take place on Zoom or if need be on Google Hangout. It will be like the teacher is sitting right next to you. Lessons can come with weekly homework or projects dependent on the teacher and type of lesson or class.

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