Ultimate Soprano Vocal Studio

Ultimate Soprano Vocal Studio

5.0 (7)
2 hires on Lessons.com
1 employee
20 years in business

About this pro

Ultimate Soprano Vocal Studio is not just for individuals who sing Soprano. Kenneithia Mitchell is the “Ultimate Soprano” behind the exceptional training, development, and tutelage. She has been singing all over the world for over 20 years and she brings her experience and Juilliard Masters degree to help you find and develop your greatest potential. Wheather it be Classical, Jazz, Musical Theater, Gospel, or Pop Mrs. Mitchell has a gift for bring out your best voice!! 

I enjoy seeing my clients discover a voice they never knew existed. When the ladies hit that High C with full resonance and support, or when the guys bust out a full belted A5, I feel like I’m in heaven. And the reaction they get is priceless!! I think the secret is to not give up or beat yourself up but to forgive and allow yourself to crack and know that it’s part of the process!

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Credentials

Windermere, FL 34786
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7 Reviews

5.0

  • Kathleen Piazera

    Kenneithia is innovative, awe-inspiring and really, really good at what she does. She will find a way to pull your beautiful voice out! The technique she shared truly made a difference in my vocal performance keeping it more forward with more sound and resonance. On top of how special and capable she makes you feel her voice is so beautiful and powerful you become an instant fan for life. She really cares about her students and her joy and passion is infectious! She’s the voice teacher I always wanted!

  • Mariella Borges

    Mrs. Mitchell is not only a wonderful instructor, but a beautiful person inside and out. She cares deeply about each individual student, and goes beyond what is expected from an instructor! I could never thank her enough for what she has done for me!

  • Hezekiah Robinson

    I enjoyed that every persons lessons were different and catered to their specific needs. The knowledge and understanding of every students voice and vocal ability. Willing to work with your voice no matter where you are starting and growing with you. Also, allows the student to branch out into other genres and the versatility of being able to teach multiple genres. Lastly, allowing you as an artist to develop and grow to find your sound.

  • Daniella Moreno

    Everything. She is the reason I was able to sing any note I wished for not only successfully in tone but in technique. I’ve never had any vocal pain and every time I did something wrong to my own voice, she fixed it right away as if it were never there. Best vocal coach in Florida. I hope she wins an award.


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FAQs


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

The typical process when working with a new student is to engage proper breathing and breath support for optimal singing and abdominal connection. This is achieved through a special 40 second breathing technique. Once this is accomplished, vocal chord coordination is assessed and a voice type is determined. 


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

I have a Bachelor of Atrs Degree in Vocal performance and a Masters of Music degree from the Juilliard School. I have travelled to eight different countries as well as the East and West coasts of America performing for sold out audiences singing in four different languages. I am lead sololist on the Grammy Award winning Morgan State University Silver Anniversary Concert. 


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

All lessons are payable monthly via electronic pay through Zelle, Gpay, CashApp, ApplePay, or Venmo. Payments are made payable to: [email protected], 443-912-4225, $ultimatesoprano, or @Kenneithia-Mitchell.

Adult lessons for individuals 12yrs and older are usually once a week and last for one hour at $220 per month for a four (4) week month or $275 for a five (5) week month. 

Adolescent lessons for individuals 6-11yrs are usually once a week for 30 minutes at $140 per month for a four (4) week month or $175 for a five (5) week month.


How did you get started teaching?

I began teaching as a request to so many fans who admired my own singing and repeatedly asked if I taught in addition to my professional career. For years my reply was always a resounding “No!!” I travelled so much singing in other countries and rarely ever stayed in one place for an extended period of time. I simply did not have enough down time to be consistent with training other individuals. Therefore, I knew taking on any students wouldn’t be something I could commit to. Nonetheless, I knew there was a gift and an overwhelming passion inside me to share with other performers. As I continued my own professional Opera career, I began to notice how little performing opportunities that were available for minorities. That passion inside me began to grow so strong that I wanted to create performing opportunities for urban communities. I then started Ultimate Soprano, Inc. with its mission “To provide an open door for aspiring young artists.” Hence, teaching commenced. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have students from all stages of development and age ranging from seven (7) years old or a complete novice who has never had a voice lesson, been in chorus, or can read music. To teens as playlist favorites on SoundCloud and Spotify as well as professional artists with top number one hit records on the charts.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I have several events which recently I have taken pleasure in as a vocal coach. Two of my teenagers were accepted to Manhattan School of Music as Opera performance majors. One of my adult actors was accepted to Stellar Adler Studio of Acting in New York City as an aspiring Thespian. Another of my teenagers was awarded an applause award for best lead actor in a musical and the chance to perform for the Jimmy Awards in New York City. One of my professional artist released her new single and video which was the highlight at the and EDC Orlando 2019 and hit #1 on the Billboard charts in Italy. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would advise a student looking to hire a teacher in my area of expertise to logically decide if they are comfortable with having a male or female vocal coach or if they feel it doesn’t matter. Then have a vocal consultation with the coach and ask as many questions to see if you you believe they might be a good fit for what you are looking for.


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

Before talking to teachers about their needs students should have a clear goal of what they want to accomplish with their voices. They should decide if training is for casual desire like just being able to sing better in their church choir or if they want to pursue a professional career and if so, in what genre of music.


Lessons offered

Voice Lessons Audition Prep Lessons Broadway Singing Lessons Christian Gospel Lessons Classical Voice Lessons Gospel Singing Lessons Jazz Voice Classes Music Performance Lessons Musical Theater Classes Opera Voice Lessons Singing Lessons Vocal Training Lessons Acting Classes Child Acting Lessons Film And Tv Acting Classes Film Acting Classes Improv Acting Classes Scene Study Classes Speaking Voice Training Stage Performance Training