Caitlin's way of teaching helped me redefine what confidence looked like as a performer. She helped me correct and improve my technique and it has made a world of difference. I feel much stronger and far more capable than I had in previous learning environments.
-Annamaria, voice student, 2020
Caitlin’s number one priority is to promote and strengthen the student’s unique voice with proper vocal health. Caitlin’s holistic approach addresses the entire body (breath, balance, vocal anatomy and physiology), mind (music history, theory, languages), and spirit (authenticity and mental health related to performance). Since each student is different, Caitlin works to engage students in their specific interests and musical goals. Private students can expect to learn:
proper vocal production
basic music theory
varying vocal styles
foreign language pronunciation (if desired)
Adult Beginner Student First Place Winner, National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-South Regional Student Auditions, 2018
Adult Beginner Student Semi-Finalist, National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-South Regional Student Auditions, 2017
Student soloist, Lee University Honor Choir, 2015
Students have had successful auditions and now sing with local symphony and opera choruses
Students have landed lead roles in middle and high school musicals
In addition to her active performance career, Caitlin has served on the voice faculties of Covenant College and Chattanooga State Community College. As the 2020 Distinguished Graduate Voice Student Award Winner, Caitlin is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Arts in voice performance with a secondary in pedagogy at the University of Northern Colorado with Dr. Melissa Malde where she teaches diction courses and voice lessons, both in person and online. Caitlin received a Master of Music in opera performance at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, and Bachelors of Music and Music Education at Lee University. She was certified in all three levels at Shenandoah University’s Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute in 2019 and will be attending New England Conservatory’s Acoustic Vocal Pedagogy Workshop in 2020 as a Lee University Young Alumni Grant Winner. She is a dynamic advocate for arts outreach having served with such organizations as The Glimmerglass Festival, L'Opéra de Montréal, Opera Tennessee, and the Tennessee Chamber Chorus. Caitlin is a current member of NATS. Please see Caitlin's CV for complete qualifications:
Is your child going stir crazy during summer quarantine yet? In addition to voice lessons for older students, Caitlin is now offering weekly private virtual music lessons to young students of all ages! Caitlin has extensive experience teaching preschool and elementary music and would love to bring the experience of music-making to your home!
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