Kristy Ann Fox

Pronouns: She/Her
Location: Lacey, WA
Works with ages 13 – 65+

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My love of music started as a toddler watching Telly play his tuba on Sesame Street. Soon after I started flute and piano lessons, I settled on voice because I discovered the joy of singing. Throughout my undergraduate studies in music education at Eastern Washington University, I trained in all styles of music and began teaching voice privately. Once I realized that teaching music in public schools was not my passion, I pursued my master’s in opera performance from Manhattan School of Music. As a voice teacher, I am constantly in awe of the beauty of the human voice. Whether it is a fast, florid piece of classical music for a coloratura soprano or a slow, intimate jazz ballad, there is an indescribable feeling that the sympathetic vibrations stir in the singer and listener. It is my job as a voice teacher to let each person experience vocal freedom through empathetic and scientific instruction via kinesthetic learning techniques paired with imagery. I work extensively with the idea of the inner critic as it relates to confidence and stage fright and give techniques to help release the grip it has on the voice. I believe in creating a welcoming and fun environment for the exploration of all types of sounds in voice lessons, which in turn promotes growth and connection. 

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