Private music Lessons
Looking for a voice teacher in the Kansas City area?
Whether you are working on a solo for church, prepping for auditions or wanting to learn how to belt, Ashley will get you where you want to be.
Voice Lessons: She teaches private singing lessons for ages 10 - adult. She focuses on healthy vocal technique, finding one's true voice and personality along with using acting fundamentals for any type of singing. Ashley excels at prepping auditions, building your book, and learning how to belt healthfully.
Piano and Ukulele: Ashley teaches piano and ukulele for beginners ages 10 - adult, who are looking to start their passion for music.
Audition Book Prep: Need to put your audition book together or find new pieces? Ashley has an extensive digital library and and can prep songs perfect for your voice and type. Whether you are a professional or young student, Ashley can help you get excited about what is in your audition book.
Online Lessons: Due to COVID-19, Ashley has moved all her lessons online. Online music lessons will continue until it is safe and manageable to teach in person. Technology has made online lessons a wonderful alternative. Ashley puts together occasional special events like masterclasses with Broadway/West End performers, virtual recitals, and more. Even if you aren't in the Kansas City area, Ashley would love to work with you online! Sign up today to start working with Ashley!
Originally from Wisconsin, Ashley is a professional Equity singer/actress, having lived and worked in NYC and all over the country. In Kansas City, Ashley has been seen at the New Theatre Restaurant, Kansas City Actors Theatre, Starlight Theatre, Musical Theatre Heritage, Quality Hill Playhouse, and Chestnut Fine Arts Center. Click here to view her full resume.
Ashley holds a BFA in Musical Theatre from Viterbo University in La Crosse, WI. Ashley is an experienced accompanist, having played piano for over 27 years. She has been playing for church since she was ten, accompanying students, choirs, and productions since she was 14, and during her four years in NYC, she freelanced as a vocal coach and accompanist. She also plays numerous other instruments, including guitar, bass, ukulele, accordion as well as works as a professional director, musical director and choreographer. In 2013 Ashley started the voice program at Encore! at the Jewish Community Center, where she taught for three years.