YAMAHA Voice instructor / Private Voice Teacher
Stephanie Moore has over twenty years of experience in solo and ensemble performance. With a background in both a Classical and Contemporary vocal pedagogy. Her love for music and performance began at a young age, and she has been performing ever since. This includes solo, choir, musical theatre, and bands. She a is a recorded artist and song writer.
Stephanie acquired her Honours BA in Music, and Bachelor’s in Education primary/Junior from the University of Ottawa. During this time, she was enrolled in the Vocal Minor program for two years and studied with Masters Vocalist Kareen Lecasse, under the adjudication of Sandra Graham (Director of Opera). Stephanie has recently completed her MA in Transformational Urban Leadership from Azusa Pacific University. Her most recent research project is entitled “Fostering Creativity and Imagination in Preschoolers Through Play-Based Arts Education”.
Stephanie has been teaching ensembles and privately for over two years, and oversaw the full vocal roster at Opus Academy during the 2013-2014 school year before starting her masters abroad. During this time, she also designed and implemented musical theater and vocal camps for students raging from 4-12 years. She has a background in preschool education and has experience teaching private students of all age range and experience.
Stephanie is a passionate and loving teacher who believes in the process of students’ discovery and development of their abilities and passions. She believes that students thrive when they are inspired and given understanding to fuel their practice and growth.