Every voice is unique and special, necessitating individualized attention, planning, and practice. Prospective students can expect to learn to sing in a healthy way, to apply proper vocal technique, and implement music theory concepts in their vocal practices and compositions. The study of voice is an intricate and beautiful path, and the growth of each student, as a musician and as a person, is paramount.
Jamie has studied voice for over thirteen years, with vocal instructors in Evergreen, Wheat Ridge and in Hartford, CT at the Hartt School of Music. As a child, she also studied music theory, ear training, piano, and guitar, sang in various chamber choirs, performed lead roles in numerous musical theater productions, sang with jazz ensembles, and participated in two All State Choirs prior to secondary education. At Hartt, Jamie studied classical voice and acoustical engineering, as well as improvisation and jazz and in various jazz circles.
Since graduation, she's have been working on writing and producing my first album, singing with local bands and musicians along the front range, playing open-mic nights in Denver, and co-producing a web-based video series that highlights local music, arts, and culture in the Denver area.