Vaulted Voice Studios

Vaulted Voice Studios

5.0 (1)
1 hire on
1 employee
15 years in business

About this pro

Vaulted Voice Studios is a place for every voice to grow. 

  • Want to feel more confident in your singing? There is a space for you.
  • Want to improve your pitch, rhythm, or vocal range? There is a space for you.
  • Want to sing music from any style, genre, or culture? There is a space for you.

Vaulted Voice Studios is about celebrating the voice you have and nurturing it to do even more. 

I enjoy discovering the individuality of each singer and making singing more joyful and personal for my students. This includes everything from improving vocal sound to exploring new songs and music styles and developing confidence in performance. 

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Auburn, WA 98002
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1 Review


  • Alex Holliday

    Jan is not only brilliant at what she does, but brilliant at connecting with her students. She shows deep respect for who I am as a human being, and how my identity connects and intersects with my instrument and how I use it. She has high standards, but they are uniquely designed for each student, and she will never leave you on your own to reach them. Jan is always happy to work on whatever her students are interested in, no matter how varied your requests are. She pushes me to go outside of my comfort zone, and has helped me to trust myself and my voice so much more than I thought was possible. There's no one I trust more with this work.


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


$35 per 30 min lesson 

$70 per 60 min lesson

How did you get started teaching?

I began teaching voice by coaching my friends in the theatre on music for auditions. I continued to teach privately throughout graduate school, where I also taught lessons and group voice courses.

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with a wide variety of students, from teens to seniors, basses to sopranos, and students from a wide ea he of backgrounds, cultures, and abilities. I teach singers of all ages, primarily 9 and up.

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

Ask questions about what to expect from lessons. You should leave your first contact with a new voice teacher with a clear idea of what types of activities you can expect from a lesson, as well as an understanding of what the teacher expects from you. You should also ask about any policies the teacher has regarding cancellations, rescheduling, etc.

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

What are my goals?

How will I measure my progress/success?

How much time and effort am I willing to put into this?

Lessons offered