In the United States, voice teachers use a mix of vocal techniques from the traditions of Italy, England, and Germany. With input from Local and University Teachers, the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and a lifetime of singing...I have developed a system of teaching that meets each singer where they are and develops their natural singing voice.
I offer this training to the teachers that teach for Groh Music and to the students who enroll. Elements on this training include:
- Exercises that develop a student's vocal range
- Train the singers ear to match pitches
- Mentor and build self understanding and confidence
- Techniques that develop their sight-singing and listening skills
- Repertoire (song choices) that include classical, pop, & MT
- Audition Prep includes movement, dance, and tap when requested
By opening a door to your dreams and goals, we can meet you where you are and give you the steps it takes to - not only reach, but exceed your goals. If you would like to know more about our Teachers, Training, and Lesson options, enjoy the website and explore the possibilies.
Lila Petering, soprano
Lila is a soprano and actress.
She is a senior at Vanguard High School where she was cast in their musical, Les Miserable and had the lead role in Rodger & Hammerstein's, Cinderella.
She has been singing since she was 3 years old and has developed an extreme love for music.
Lila has been studying with Sarah Groh Correa for 2 and a half years and is a part of the Vanguard School Chamber choir, Morning Choir, and Musicals. She loves teaching and working with younger children to create a connection and pass on the love for music. Lila will be teaching both Group Voice Classes for Kids this year.
Jake Brumley, tenor
Jake Brumley has been active as a singer in the Colorado Springs region for over ten years.
He graduated from The University of Northern Colorado with a degree in Music Education.
While there, he performed in the Operas, Carmen, and Die Fledermaus.
Jake has been a teacher for 4 years and currently is the choir director at Challenger Middle School. He has performed with the Colorado Vocal Arts Ensemble for four years and performed in community theatre productions, Children of Eden, Pirates of Pirates of Penzance, and West Side Story. He loves performing a diverse list of repertoire and teaching a wide variety of musical genres from jazz, to musical theatre, pop, gospel, and classical. Jake is excited and passionate to teach students to love music and hone their skills.
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It is important to understand how you produce a tone and how to stay healthy as you enjoy life. Having a cold or not getting enough rest or water effects the voice. We want to make sure you know how your body and mind work together to help your voice produce the sounds you desire. And, trick to sing through a cold when you have a performance.
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Groh Music exists to help people in the Colorado Spring community reach personal goals, personal growth, find healing and fellowship through music and movement.
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Sarah Groh Correa, Director