Singing teachers in Seattle
Our Seattle Singing teachers define Lessons In Your Home. We are a tight-knit family of world-class Singing instructors that is passionate about teaching. We aim to make learning music fun and to have the absolute best student/teacher relationship possible.
We invite you to review our Seattle Singing instructors below and find the best fit for your family or you can contact us and we’ll pair you with the best Singing teacher available after speaking with you.
Meet Our Seattle Singing Teachers
About Robert Bolyard:
Originally from Los Angeles, Robert Bolyard is a happy resident of Seattle Washington. He received his Master's degree in Choral Conducting at the prestigious Yale School of Music. While at Yale, Robert was (among other things) the assistant conductor of the Yale Glee Club and conductor of the Yale Glee Club...
About Charlotte Gilbert:
From bluegrass Hopper family to Honor Band, Choir, and Orchestra, Charlotte has a broad-range of musical heritage and experience. Charlotte played bass guitar and sang with her famous fiddling sister Jana Jae and backed up Jana and Buck Owens with her band. Combining country, rock, and pop, she had several...
About Sphie Holman:
Sphie offers a fun, relaxed and creative approach to singing, piano and music performance lessons. She believes that education is an individualized process and thrives on growing healthy minds through compassionate and interactive learning. Sphie started her music education at the age of seven. Trained from an early age in...
About Zheanna Huff:
Zheanna Huff is a composer, producer, music theorist, visual artist, and multi-instrumentalist with a Bachelors degree in Music Composition from Indiana State University. Zheanna is incredibly passionate about music education and seeks to empower every student to create, express, and cultivate a lifelong joy of music. Zheanna teaches music composition,...
About Elizabeth Johnson:
Soprano, Elizabeth Ann Johnson was born in Seattle, WA, and recently moved back to be closer to her family after working steadily in the Boston area as a singer and voice teacher for over 20 years. She is a graduate of Seattle University where she earned degrees in Humanities...
About Amy Kouyeas:
Pianist, organist, and singer Amy Riffle-Kouyeas has made numerous appearances throughout the east coast and mid-west. Favorites include: Frostburg State University, University of Maryland (Baltimore), Winthrop University, The Maryland Theatre, Shepherd University, Potomac State College, West Virginia University, Mount Union College, Porthouse Theatre, Kent State University, Taylor University, Muncie Civic...
About Scott Langstaff:
Motivated by his deep love of music, Scott Langstaff, piano teacher, voice teacher, has devoted much time and effort in developing his skills as a musician. After embarking on a study of his first love, singing, he soon took advantage of the opportunity to study piano as well. After studying...
About Aaron Lapointe:
Aaron LaPointe has been passionate about music ever since he first started playing piano when he was 4 years old. Trombone and jazz vocals are his two other main areas of musical interests. Aaron began teaching piano and vocals to beginners of all ages in 2015. He has taken mentorship...