Madison Voice

Caroline H.


Currently not accepting new students

Caroline recently received her Masters of Music in Vocal Pedagogy from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee while teaching private lessons at Trevecca Nazarene University. A Nashville native, Caroline’s performance experience is varied and includes opera, classical, pop and rock performances and recording studio experience. She brings this versatility to the studio and prioritizes the flexibility of each of her piano students, giving them the solid technical and theoretical foundation needed for every genre and curating lessons to each student's particular interests and goals. Though her primary instrument is voice, she has been playing piano for 23 years and teaching it for the last decade.


Lauren S.


Offering in-person instruction

Lauren holds a Bachelor of Music from Illinois Wesleyan University and a Master of Music from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent performances include the role of Lauretta in The Bachelor of Seville with Fresco Opera, 1st Wood Sprite in Rusalka at Utah Vocal Arts Academy, Suor Genovieffa in Suor Angelica at La Musica Lirica, and guest artist for Prairie Fire Theatre in Bloomington, IL. She has also performed a multitude of recitals over the years with a mixture of opera, operetta, art song, musical theater and jazz repertoire. Lauren has worked for a children's operetta and believes that there is nothing greater than exposing children to classical music. A private teacher for 10+ years, Lauren's philosophy is that everyone can sing if they aren't afraid to put themselves out there and have fun; the voice was made to be used! Her main objective is to build a strong technical background that will provide a base for students' growing voices through classical vocal studies, but students will be encouraged to bring in music that interests them. The voice is unique to each individual and Lauren ensures each student has fun while learning to use that uniqueness to inspire and be inspired.