The voice is considered the human instrument. Singing is produced when lungs pump air into the vocal folds, which in turn, vibrate to produce pulses that form the sound source. Various pitch is achieved when the muscles of the larynx adjust the length and tension. Learning to sing is no different from learning any other instrument. And the achievement of its excellence require a period of time for practice and discipline.
The Voice class of the Applied Music Platform is designed for anyone ages 7 years or older who wish to develop the fundamental skills or further their existing skills in singing. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student, our teachers are more than equipped to enhance your skills by giving quality instruction both in theoretical and practical aspect.
Karlyne Kimberly Tan is the co-founder of Sounds Kradle Inc. and is one of our pioneer voice faculty. Since our founding in 2012, she has been passionate about creating opportunities for students and professional musicians.Read more
Monique Pereda is one of our pioneer voice faculty and has been with us since 2014. She is a voice and elementary music teacher with a passion for reaching out to younger generations through music, culture, and arts education.Read more
Mitzie Ann Lao has been part of our studio and Applied Music Program faculty for voice and piano since 2017. She is a performing artist for Madison events and is a freelance singer for the Manila Philharmonic Orchestra.Read more
She is singer-songwriter, actor, and dancer. Since 2015, she has been an Alto 1 at Coro Tomasino, and is both a private voice teacher and a voice instructor at Son de Musique Studio International.Read more
A singer, music teacher, and one of the esteemed members of the Sounds Kradle voice faculty. She has been teaching music and singing to children and young adults for over a decade.Read more
A sought-after soprano soloist both locally and internationally, having performed in countries such as Thailand, Japan, and Hongkong.Read more
Teacher Julia was a member of the UST Conservatory of Music’s official choir, Coro Tomasino, from 2015-20, performing large musical works with the group in some of the country's major performance venues.Read more
Teacher Rain is a member of the UST Conservatory of Music’s official choir, Coro Tomasino.Read more
Teacher Love graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education, Voice Emphasis at the UST Conservatory of Music.Read more
Teacher Vianca graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree major in Musical Theatre at the University of Santo Tomas.Read more
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