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 has made singing very accessible, yet still challenging—both of which have given me confidence and a skill-set that I can use anytime, whether I’m singing in a choir or singing a solo piece. She has helped to give me a wonderful foundation of specific techniques and practices that I have been able to build on and still use today as I continue singing.
-Hallie-Blair, voice student, 2020
Throughout my time studying with Caitlin, my technique greatly improved in every aspect of singing. She taught me how to protect and support my voice and introduced me to Italian arias. Her vast knowledge of the vocal instrument is evident, and her wonderful personality makes lessons a delight!
-Lyndsey, voice student, 2018
Singers and aspiring singers, Caitlin Moore is a superb teacher. She knows the voice, proper voice repertoire for singers at various levels of study, and you will be captivated by her engaging personality. Take advantage of this opportunity to study with Caitlin!
-Tony Deaton, former voice teacher
Online Voice Lessons
Caitlin specializes in online voice lessons. She thrives in helping students discover and reach their unique vocal goals addressing authenticity first and foremost. She is knowledgeable in evidence-based voice science across styles and online voice teaching technology research. Typically, Caitlin accepts students as young as high school-age. Caitlin's voice studio is currently full, however feel free to reach out to be added to the waitlist.
Regular Rates: $45/25-minute lesson $80/50-minute lesson
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:
artistry and authenticity
healthy and effective vocal production
varying vocal styles based on goals and interests
basic music theory
foreign language pronunciation (if desired)
Students have been accepted to premiere collegiate music schools across the nation
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 professional symphony and opera choruses and choirs.
Students have landed lead roles in middle school, high school, and college musicals and operas
In addition to her active performance career, Caitlin currently serves full time on the music faculty at Colorado Mesa University teaching voice and diction for singers, is pursuing a Doctorate of Arts in voice performance with a secondary in voice pedagogy at the University of Northern Colorado, and runs a thriving online private voice studio. Previously, she served on the music faculties of Covenant College and Chattanooga State Community College. Caitlin received a Master of Music in voice and opera performance at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, and Bachelors of Music and Music Education at Lee University. Recently, she was honored to be a 2021 National Association of Singing Intern and currently serves as the NATS CO-WY Co-Vice President and Auditions Chair. She was certified in all three levels at Shenandoah University’s Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute in 2019 as a University of Northern Colorado Graduate Student Association Grant Winner and attended New England Conservatory’s Acoustic Vocal Pedagogy Workshop and Online Teaching Technology Workshop in 2020 as a Lee University Young Alumni Grant Winner. She is a dynamic advocate for arts outreach having served in administrative positions with such organizations as The Glimmerglass Festival, L'Opéra de Montréal, Opera Tennessee, and the Tennessee Chamber Chorus.Please see Caitlin's CV for complete qualifications:
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