The KST Studio of Voice provides private voice lessons to singers of all ages and voice types! A performer of multiple genres, Katherine celebrates the vocal individuality that each student possesses and teaches fundamental singing techniques that apply to ANY style of music.
Full-time students take weekly lessons that focus on developing healthy singing technique including: proper breath support, tonal production, registration, diction, as well as style, performance presentation, and audition preparation.
MORE THAN SINGING
As an actively performing professional vocalist and actress, Katherine offers her students a unique and invaluable perspective on both the technical art of singing as well as the world of auditions and the business of performing. Vocal technique meets professional savvy, allowing her students to gain poise and confidence to prepare them for all aspects of performance.
Katherine Sandoval Taylor, described by the Boston Globe as “stunning,” has appeared in jazz, oratorio, concert, musical theater, and opera performances throughout the country.
With nearly 15 years of teaching experience, Katherine is a member of NATS and has worked with the Boston Children's Chorus as well as The St. Louis Vocal Arts Institute. Katherine’s students have regularly participated in district and state solo auditions (SETC, UPTA, All-County Theatre, National Honors Choir, etc.), voice and talent competitions, have been selected as soloists for opera, choral, concert & theatrical productions throughout the state, & have been accepted into and received scholarships for University music and theatre programs.
With a strong focus on performance practice, the KST Studio of Voice offers students the opportunity to participate in distinguished studio performances throughout the year including WINTER SHOWCASE (a theatrical showcase of musical theater solos, duets, trios and large group numbers performed by KST students in a theater setting) & SPRING RECITAL (focusing on the individual singer, KST students perform solos for their friends, family and studio peers in a traditional concert setting).
Go ahead. BE DRAMATIC.
Acting courses are offered throughout the year for various ages and skill levels. Training includes acting techniques that will assist in building the actor's toolbox and portfolio. Classes will cover topics such as choosing a monologue, characterization, play analysis, dialogue and monologue work, cold readings, understanding given circumstances, objectives, cold readings, audition tips and more, all in a fun and encouraging learning environment.
PROBLEM: My child wants to learn to play piano, but hates practicing on his or her own!
SOLUTION: Our unique and innovative approach to piano instruction!
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Learn all of their music during their weekly lesson so they leave feeling accomplished and energized!
Enjoy playing piano on their own since it will no longer feel boring, frustrating and confusing.
Focus on creativity, music appreciation and enjoyment while learning to play an instrument!