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Appleton Voice Teachers

Please call 920.734.1969 or email our education coordinator at for teacher availability. Lessons take place in private studios at Heid Music in Appleton.

kdenureKatie D., Voice (not currently accepting new students) - Click for video introduction
Katie DeNure is a classically trained vocalist that teaches guitar and voice in a wide range of styles. She is also a singer/songwriter. Since 2002, Katie has had the privilege to lead music for hundreds of Youth Conferences, Women's Retreats, Young Adult Gatherings, Special Events, and Church Services. Katie has been teaching private music lessons since 2008, and has also worked with the Renaissance School for the Arts and other area schools in the Fox Valley. Katie’s unique use of technology in her studio provides her students more ways to advance and retain their skills with her wide variety of professionally filmed online lessons. Other instruments Katie plays include the flute, Irish Penny Whistles and piano. Katie teaches acoustic, as well as electric styles, and accepts students 8 years old and up. Katie also specializes in group guitar and voice lessons. In addition to her musical abilities, Katie is also a fluent Spanish speaker and is a certified teacher in Bilingual/ELL and Regular Education. For more information, visit her website at

Katie DeNure es una maestra de guitarra y es una cantante de varios estilos. Katie enseña lecciones de la guitarra acústica y eléctrica y está aceptando estudiantes que tienen 8 años o más. En adición de las lecciones privadas, ella es una especialista de lecciones del grupo de guitarra y voz. También, Katie puede cantar en varios estilos, tocar la flauta, las flautas irlandesas y el piano. En adición de sus destrezas musicales, ella es fluente en español y es una maestra bilingüe.  Para más información, visita su página de web

rmetkoRobyn M., Voice - Click for video introduction
A fourth generation musician, Robyn began her formal music education at age six with private guitar lessons; later adding voice, flute and piano to her repertoire of instruments.  Her educational experience includes classical vocal performance and vocal jazz study at Lawrence University and UW Oshkosh, as well as music marketing and songwriting at Berklee College of Music.

Robyn believes private study should be tailored to the student’s interests. She uses all forms of music notation, including notes, guitar tablature and chord grids. Her lessons regularly incorporate sight reading/singing, theory, improvisation, and developing repertoire. In addition to private instruction, Robyn also teaches group classes and performance clinics.  

Coupled with her interest in a myriad of contemporary performance styles, Robyn shares her experience and knowledge of the music industry with her students. She divides her time between private music education, live performance, session singing, and entertainment promotions.

emmaEmma S., Voice
Emma knew she wanted to teach private music lessons since she first began piano at the age of 8. By the age of 15, she wrote her own musical compositions, which were eventually copyrighted. While in college, Emma was selected to perform every year for the Steinbrecher-Mayers Honors Recital both for voice and piano. She taught several students during her high school years, but she got her first taste of professional piano and vocal teaching during her college pedagogy classes at Silver Lake College in Manitowoc, where she minored in music. Since graduating, Emma continues to use her musical skills to teach a variety of age levels and abilities. She tailors each individual lesson to the students' needs, based on how fast/slow they want to learn. She encourages creativity and curiosity, and loves introducing multiple styles and genres to her students. Theory is a prominent focus in Emma's lessons, as well as technique. For her vocal students, the Kodaly concept is incorporated to give a stronger foundation for ear training.