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Voice Lessons

Thank you for your interest in voice lessons at the Kansas City School of Music. Our instructors guide each student, not only in musical accuracy and technique, but also in conveying ideas through musical word. Our voice instructors take care to provide each student with a diverse range of repertoire, no matter their skill level or age. Lessons are tailored to fit each student’s needs. Our students don’t just sing; they excel at it.

Master Teachers

A great voice instructor is fundamental to the student’s proper education in this organic, ever-changing instrument. Our voice instructors at Kansas City School of Music prioritize good, healthy vocal technique above all else.  That said, musical expression, diction, and interpretation of the text are also important aspects of every voice lesson.  Each of our voice instructors has extensive experience in music education and performance as well as a passion to pass a love of music on to a new generation of talented students. View our instructors’ biographies below.

Rebekah Thompson - Piano, Voice, and Musikgarten

Rebekah Thompson - Piano, Voice, and Musikgarten

Rebekah Thompson is a piano and voice teacher at the Kansas City School of Music. She holds a Master of Music Education from Pennsylvania State University and a bachelor’s degree in K-12 Choral Music Education from Brigham Young University. S...
Bonny Green - Director of Operations, Voice

Bonny Green - Director of Operations, Voice

Bonny Green graduated Magna Cum Laude from Concordia College with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance. While at Concordia, she was a frequent soloist in the world-renowned Concordia Choir  under the direction of Dr. Renè Clausen. S...
Grace Mott - Voice

Grace Mott - Voice

Grace Ann Mott, soprano, is a versatile and multifaceted vocalist and vocal coach with Kansas City School of Music. Grace graduated with a Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in performance and vocal pedagogy from MidAmerica Nazarene University...
Matthew Scrivner - Voice

Matthew Scrivner - Voice

Matthew Scrivner is a voice teacher who holds a Doctor of Musical Arts and a Master of Music in vocal performance from the UMKC Conservatory of Music, and a bachelor's degree in vocal performance from Washburn University. Dr. Scrivner has...
Un Chong Christopher - Voice and Piano

Un Chong Christopher - Voice and Piano

Un Chong Christopher is a voice and piano teacher at the Kansas City School of Music. She holds a Master of Music in vocal performance and a Bachelor of Music in piano performance from the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music....

Performance Opportunities

We know from experience that Performing is a great opportunity for students to test everything they’ve learned in lessons. That’s why we have ample opportunities for vocal students to perform on their instrument, and we highly encourage them to get involved in music groups outside of our music school.

Exceptional Facilities

Kansas City School of Music has two locations for your convenience: our Lenexa campus and our Overland Park campus. Both of our state-of-the-art facilities have large and spacious practice rooms, soundproof walls, temperature control, and much more. All of this contributes to our high standard of excellence and allows your student to focus on mastering their musical talents.

Successful Singing

Becoming a successful vocalist depends on your child’s ability to master the fundamentals. The goal of our voice instructors is to establish these fundamentals and ensure that your student is ready to practice on their own. We also have a heavy emphasis on vocal health and parent interaction. Breathing, phonation, resonance, versatility, diction, and musicianship will all be taught and mastered through our voice lessons. Additionally, parents are encouraged to get involved in their student’s learning, whether it’s sitting in on lessons or assisting them with practice at home. Feel free to ask us how you can be instrumental in your child’s musical success.

Voice Lessons for Young Children

Many parents are under the impression that they shouldn’t start their children with voice lessons too early. However, young children between the ages of 5 and 13 can see enormous benefits from voice lessons, especially from a great voice instructor. Our teachers who specialize in child music education will create a custom plan for them based on their age and ability level. 

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If you have any questions about our voice instructors or voice lessons, please contact Kansas City School of Music today.