HEART. MIND. SOUL.
About Amedee Royer Vocal Studio
I believe learning to sing helps you become a better version of YOU.
Singing is magical.
As you learn to sing you will find you are capable and courageous. The first time you get to learn a song, practice that song until it’s excellent and then get to perform it in front of others, you will leave that stage brimming with pride and confidence.
Singing is medicine. It can heal deep wounds, refresh your life and can even facilitate a deeper connection with your self and others.
Singing is so GOOD. Good for the mind, body and spirit. Because it is SO GOOD, I bet that once you start singing, you will not want to stop. Why? Because it is a complete BLAST to get to use your one of a kind instrument to make MUSIC!
Singing is special. You are the only one in the whole wide universe who has YOUR Voice, your beautiful, unique voice. So, what does that mean? Well, my friend, it means you share your voice. You should not hold back. You should go for it , take the “voice lesson plunge” and start singing!
FOUNDER & EDUCATOR
Amedee Royer, soprano, owner of Amedee Royer Vocal Studio, lives and teaches in Dayton, Ohio.
Amedee received her Masters in Music from The Ohio State University in 2010 and Bachelors in Music in vocal performance from Wheaton College's Conservatory of Music in 2008.
In her performing career, Amedee has sung operas, musicals, oratorios, concerts and recitals. Some of her musical theater roles have included singing the title role in both Mary Poppins and Hello Dolly. She has also performed in the operas Cosi fan tutte (Fiordilligi), Le Nozze di Figaro (Susanna and Contessa), Carmen (Micaela), L'elisir d'Amore (Adina), The Rake’s Progress (Anne Trulove), and The Crucible (Abigail).
She attended multiple young artist programs including Opera North, Des Moines Metro Opera, and Peabody Conservatory.
Amedee has sung with multiple professional choirs; most recently with St. Martins Chamber Choir in Denver, CO. She spent over a decade as a soprano section leader and cantor working in the Catholic Church.
CULTIVATING CONFIDENCE IN SINGING
DEVELOPING STRONG VOCAL SKILL
EXPERIENCING VARYING MUSICAL GENRES
UNDERSTANDING VOCAL MECHANICS IN YOUR BODY
GROWING A LOVE FOR MUSIC AND FOR SINGING