Voice And Piano Studio

Voice And Piano Studio

5.0 (8)
1 employee
8 years in business

About this pro

I love teaching! After 3 years of teaching contemporary voice at the university level, I have decided to solely pursue private teaching from my home. I have 7 total years of professional teaching experience and a music degree from Brigham Young University. I also experienced the music business first hand pursuing a professional career as a singer/songwriter in Nashville for 3 years and currently as a live performer and recording artist. I'm passionate about helping students uncover their best voice and become well-rounded musicians. I also love helping students overcome the mental roadblocks they may have felt before when singing.  

I also really enjoy teaching beginning to intermediate piano. Learning this skill can help you gain essential music theory knowledge and I feel it's imperative to becoming a solid musician. 

I also offer songwriting lessons where I will help you learn about songform, lyrics, chord structure and emotional connection through cathartic writing.  

Let me help you learn! 

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Goodyear, AZ 85338
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8 Reviews


  • Chelsea Osborne

    Kimberly is amazing! My daughter was pretty shy and timid when she started and now she’s going to auditions with all the confidence in the world. Kimberly helped her improve her singing and would always explain everything super clearly. Plus she’s the sweetest person!!

  • Mills

    She is a great teacher, my daughter plays by ear so she worked with her on just learning the notes so she is able to play both ways. We will miss her.

  • Cailey Tonks

    Kimberly was amazing and so sweet with my kids! She taught them a lot and I was impressed with how much they absorbed. She is going to be hard to replace and we already miss her so much!

  • Jessica Greene

    Kimberly is the most amazing piano and voice teacher and we will miss her here in Utah!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I will usually assess their current skill level by taking them through warmups or hearing their most recent piece and see if we're a good match. Then I'll ask what they're interested in learning and we'll make a plan to accomplish their goals. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

BM in Media Music from Brigham Young University

3 years as adjunct voice faculty at Utah Valley University

7 years private voice and piano teaching experience 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$30/30 minute lesson

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Are you looking for something long term or are you hoping for a quick fix or touch up on your voice? Some students go in thinking they'll only need a few lessons to get in great shape, but just like anything, consistency and patience will determine your success.