2023 WINNER - BEST MUSIC TEACHER IN THE OKANAGAN!
Learn from Working Musicians
- Learn foundational skills in a friendly and encouraging environment
- No commitment to long-term sign ups. Drop-ins are welcome
- Customized warmups specific to your vocal range and ability
- In person or on-line lessons
- Flexible schedules and on-line booking
- An all-inclusive studio where all are welcome
- Learn from career musicians who are performers and writers themselves
As an experienced singing teacher, vocal coach, actor and performer, Kim will create lessons that guide you and develop the necessary skills to make your vocal dreams come true.
Enter the private, modern downtown Kelowna studio complete with keyboard, guitar, ukulele, rhythm instruments, p/a, microphone and all the performance tools for students of every level.
A green screen, blue screen or grey screen plus professional studio lighting is available for actors who need to self-tape film auditions. Let Kim help you put together your best acting audition possible that looks professionally filmed.
Health safety precautions are in place to keep students safe including a a Hepa filter that runs 24-hours per day, hand sanitizer and all microphones and iPads are disinfected between students.
Look for the Kelowna Voice Lab flag left of the garage door.
Parking is available in our driveway, in the vacant lot next door or on Ethel Street or Wardlaw Avenue. Please don't park in the laneway as the city will tow.
Student concerts are held twice a year - in December and June. This gives performers an opportunity to show what they've learned and to "strut their stuff".
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Each performer sings a song specially chosen to best suit their voice ranging from Musical Theatre to Love Songs to Country to Rock. The variety of musical styles helps singers stretch their vocal ability and have fun exploring a style they might not otherwise be drawn towards.
Kim accompanies the students on a keyboard but often her husband Jim adds guitar or she might play bass depending on the song. Occasionally, students who are learning to play guitar with Jim might play for themselves.
The student performances are a great chance for novice and experienced singers alike to perform in the supportive and non competitive environment that friends and family provide. Performing regularly helps singers conquer the nervous jitters often associated with big "end of the year" performances and helps them to "slay the performance dragon".