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Carli Siders

Carli is a performer, conductor, clinician, voice teacher, and has a passion for helping each singer to find their unique voice. She specializes in teaching Mix singing technique that focuses on vocal balance and health that can be adapted to any musical style, such as Musical Theater, Classical, Pop, R&B, or Jazz. She continues her education by seeking out the world’s best vocal teachers, vocal scientists, and performance psychologists to become the best teacher she can to help the entire singer.


Carli has a BM in choral music education from Brigham Young University and is an accredited Mix teacher with International Voice Teachers of Mix (IVTOM). She taught choir and music appreciation in high school and middle school for 5 years and has taught private voice lessons for over 15 years, having hundreds of students in that time. For over a decade, she has been a co-director and performer of Take Note Singers. Carli is also sought after to work with school and church choirs as well as coach musical casts. Her vocal students have sung in high school All-State choirs, performed in lead musical roles, won vocal competitions, been accepted into excellent college programs, and developed confidence in their singing and performing ability.


Professional Organizations: Certified Mix teacher and area coordinator with International Voice Teachers of Mix (IVTOM) and member of National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). Completing certification as a “Peak Performer” coach with performance psychologist, Jon Skidmore.


Ken Siders

Ken is a performer, accompanist, and piano teacher with a passion for helping students gain skills that will lead to a lifelong enjoyment of music. With over 20 years of experience teaching students of all ages and abilities, he specializes in classical music training but also emphasizes skills in music theory and analysis, sight reading, ear training, listening, memorization, composition, improvisation, accompanying, and interpretation that can be applied to many other types of music, such as new age, pop, jazz, and sacred.


Ken has had students win top prizes in state and local competitions and festivals, has had students accepted into university music programs, and has helped students prepare for jazz band auditions, scholarship auditions, school talent shows, and church music performances.


As an accompanist, Ken has played for choirs at the elementary, middle school, high school, and university levels, and for hundreds of vocalists, instrumentalists, and ensembles. He has also worked as a live accompanist for classes at a dance studio. As a church musician, he has served as organist for worship services, choir director, and as an accompanist at both organ and piano for a variety of choirs, individuals, and ensembles.


Ken has a Bachelor’s degree in piano performance and pedagogy from Brigham Young University and is a member of the Boulder Area Music Teachers Association, which is affiliated with the Colorado State Music Teachers Association and the Music Teachers National Association.

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