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TEACHING

"Caitlin has masterfully helped me discover my toolbox to help me sing with more confidence and versatility. Her lessons are engaging and inspiring, and I leave feeling refreshed. I highly recommend working with her!"

Cat,

professional singer,

2023

About Voice Lessons

Interested in taking voice lessons? I'd love to meet you to see if we're a good fit! Specializing in teaching both in-person and online voice lessons, I thrive in helping singers discover and reach their individual vocal goals addressing authenticity first and foremost. If you're interested in online lessons, I can assist you in optimizing your own set-up making your online lesson experience worthwhile and invigorating. Whether you're preparing for an upcoming audition or performance, seeking to connect with your unique sound, or just singing for fun, I'd love to help you along your journey. Typically, I accept clients as young as high school-age. You will have the option of meeting online or in-person at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.

I am offering summer lessons both in person and online. If you are a new client interested in checking out voice lessons with me, book a trial lesson here:

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PLEASE NOTE: I will NOT be available to teach IN-PERSON July 15-26, 2024. You may book an online lesson during these dates. 

Philosophy

My number one priority is to promote and strengthen each singer's unique voice with a basis of vocal health and efficiency. With a holistic approach, I address the entire body (breath, balance, vocal anatomy and physiology), mind (music history, theory, languages), and spirit (authenticity and mental health related to performance). Since each singer is different, I work to engage singers in their specific interests and musical goals. Private clients can expect to learn:

 

  • artistry and authenticity 

  • healthy and effective vocal production

  • new repertoire

  • varying vocal styles based on goals and interests 

  • basic music theory

  • foreign language pronunciation (if desired)

  • stage presence

Client Successes

  • Clients have been accepted to premiere collegiate music schools across the nation

  • Clients are regularly gigging in jazz bands, their own bands, and sing-songwriter nights

  • Clients have had successful auditions and now sing with professional symphony and opera choruses and choirs

  • Clients have landed lead roles in middle school, high school, and college musicals and operas

  • Clients have recorded original albums

  • Clients 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Honorable Mention Winners in classical and musical theatre styles, National Association of Teachers of Singing, Colorado/Wyoming Student Auditions, 2022

  • Clients Semi-Finalists, National Association of Teachers of Singing West-Central Regional Student Auditions, 2021

  • Clients First Place Winner, National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-South Regional Student Auditions, 2018

  • Clients Semi-Finalist, National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-South Regional Student Auditions, 2017

Credentials

In addition to her active performance career, Dr. Caitlin Moore currently serves is Instructor of Voice at Colorado Mesa University teaching voice and diction for singers, will serve on the faculty of Interlochen Center for the Arts this summer, and runs a thriving online private voice studio. Previously, she served on the music faculties of Covenant College and Chattanooga State Community College. Caitlin received a Doctor of Arts in Vocal Performance at the University of Northern Colorado, a Master of Music in voice and opera performance at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, and Bachelors of Music and Music Education at Lee University. Recently, she was chosen for the prestigious 2021 National Association of Singing Intern Program and currently serves as the NATS CO-WY President. She was certified in all three levels at Shenandoah University’s Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy Institute in 2019 as a University of Northern Colorado Graduate Student Association Grant Winner and attended New England Conservatory’s Acoustic Vocal Pedagogy Workshop and Online Teaching Technology Workshop in 2020 as a Lee University Young Alumni Grant Winner. She is a dynamic advocate for arts outreach having served in administrative positions with such organizations as The Glimmerglass Festival, L'Opéra de Montréal, Opera Tennessee, and the Tennessee Chamber Chorus. 

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