Body Breath & Soul Vocal Studio

Body Breath & Soul Vocal Studio

5.0 (6)
11 hires on
1 employee

About this pro

Patient, student-centered instruction to develop every singer's voice. 30 years experience teaching musical theater, classical and other styles with students of all ages. M.M. Vocal Pedagogy from Catholic University of America. Music director for many shows. Can prepare students for competitions, auditions and on-going vocal development

I love to help students access their breath system to make the kind of tone that's right for the style of music they like to perform. Then, to help them discover ways to give that tone the emotional and spiritual fullness to tell the story, is what makes teaching a joy.

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Also visit studio Facebook page @staciesteinkevocal for photos, videos, exercises and more

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St. Petersburg, FL 33704
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6 Reviews


  • Emily Larrison

    Stacie is very knowledgeable and full of helpful cueing. I feel like I will really benefit working with her :)

  • Jerome Ruffing

    Was very good with our 14year old son. Provided a great, safe face to face environment in her open garage. Provided song suggestions based on his vocal range and interests.

  • Manuela Baron

    Stacie is radiant! Her positivity and love of music is infectious. I originally signed on to do a 4 week program with her and months later.. I’m still hooked! It’s my favorite day of the week by far. She’s poured her attention into my practice in a way that exceeded my expectations. Her studio space is bright and inviting. If you are looking for an energetic and meticulous teacher, Stacie is your gal!

  • Jonathan Heins

    Very helpful and encouraging

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

During Safer-at-home- Lessons done with Zoom on Donation basis

1. phone conversation to assess if the student's goals for voice instruction align with my background as singer, teacher and director. Also determine if this is short or long-term instruction.

2. At first lesson, assess vocal and performance strengths and areas for improvement. Discuss plan to develop these areas with student, including material for practice.

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

Worked with hundreds of singers of all in individual and group settings for over 25 years as voice teacher and coach, and music and choral director. 

Performed in opera and musical theater productions, soloist in oratorio and choral music settings, wrote and performed in musical theater review shows.

Studies: Master in Music in Vocal Pedagogy from the Catholic University of America & Contemporary Commercial Music Institute at Shenandoah University

What types of students have you worked with?

Children ages 10 and up

Teens in musical theater and choral ensembles


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

Be prepared to take a few lessons with a teacher to determine if what they offer really works for you, and will help you to take your singing to the next level.  

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

Can I devote 30 minutes 4-5 times a week for practice?

Do I have a space  in which I can practice comfortably?

What are my goals for voice study?