Trans Voice in San Antonio
Trans voice San Antonio TX
inside Music Masters
15714 Huebner Rd, Building 2
San Antonio, TX 78248
Trans Voice San Antonio TX
Looking for in-person trans voice lessons lessons San Antonio? The instructors in our music school in San Antonio can help you reach your voice training. Whether you’re wanting to learn voice feminization, voice masculinization, or androgynous voice, our instructors are eager to help you reach your goals.
Trans Voice Lessons We Offer in San Antonio
Our instructors in San Antonio TX offer lessons for the following subjects:
- Voice Feminization in San Antonio TX
- Voice Masculinization in San Antonio TX
- Androgynous voice in San Antonio TX
Not sure who to schedule a lesson with? No problem! You can schedule a free consultation with a member of our team to discuss your goals and find the right instructor to start lessons with for trans voice San Antonio TX.
Ever since discovering her own voice after the Army, she has been dedicated to helping others find theirs as well, through online groups and small, local communities.
Lilli Farra (She/Her) is currently attending Our Lady of The Lake University to become a Speech and Language Pathologist with a focus in Speech Therapy. She is hoping to combine the medical, the technical, and the practical into a cohesive field approach that many SLPs never take or learn about.
Ever since discovering her own voice after the Army, she has been dedicated to helping others find theirs as well, through online groups and small, local communities. When not attending university or working, she is usually trying to relax with video games, spending time with her wife and three wonderful children, or enjoying a game or ten of tabletop, like D&D, Pathfinder, or numerous other systems.
While newer to the field than many other instructors, she is quick to learn her student’s learning styles, and adapt lessons accordingly. She is a lifelong student, seeing everything as an opportunity to grow, learn, experience, and understand more than before.
An experienced instructor that makes use of both performance and science in her methods, Maggie works well with all kinds of students and wants to help you find your best voice!
Maggie Wolfe recently graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with an MM in Voice Performance and Pedagogy. She also holds a BM in Voice Performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Maggie has appeared onstage as Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Despina in Così fan tutte, and Amore in L’incoronazione di Poppea, among other opera and musical theatre credits. Her graduate research has been featured in the Voice Foundation’s 2021 annual symposium. Maggie has taught voice across a variety of styles and experience levels, and enjoys helping students connect to their innate desire for expression through sound. She is well-versed in voice science and pedagogy, which informs her ability to meet each student’s specific needs and goals. Maggie also has extensive experience working with students on music theory and ear training basics.
An experienced teacher of voice, piano, and flute, Alexis knows what it’s like to perform her best under pressure in all kinds of situations. She wants to use this lived experience to help you find a voice you are happy with!
Alexis Korbe is a Lyric Mezzo Soprano, Flutist, and Collaborative Pianist.
Originally from Hays, Kansas, she holds a Bachelor of Music in Flute Performance and a Bachelor of Arts in French from Fort Hays State University. There, she won the Lyle Dilley Outstanding Band Musician Award. In Wichita, she received a Koch Cultural Trust Grant, the Frances Shelly Fellowship, and the Michael P. Tilford Fellowship. She he d a Graduate Administrative Assistantship as well as a Graduate Staff Assistantship while attending Wichita State University.
Alexis finished a Master of Music in Flute Performance with Dr. Frances Shelly in 2014 as well as a Master of Music in Opera Performance with Dr. Pina Mozzani in 2016. She accompanied for WSU’s choirs, was a Concerto/Aria Competition Finalist, and played keyboard and flute for numerous shows with several companies. In 2018, she earned an Artist Diploma in Voice at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While at UIUC, she was a Graduate Teaching Assistant, earned a Graduate Teaching Certificate, and was rated ‘excellent’ by her students. Alexis also performed as the alto soloist for the Baroque Artists of Champaign-Urbana’s Gala Recital featuring Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass.
Most recently, she has performed with the Opera San Antonio chorus in several operas and freelanced as an accompanist/vocal coach. Some of Alexis’s favorite roles have been Prince Orlovsky in Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, Miss Effie Belle Tate in Floyd’s Cold Sassy Tree, and the Witch in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel. She also played the role of Maddalena in the Rigoletto quartet for Lyric Theatre-Illinois’s production of Viva Verdi!. As a skilled accompanist, Alexis has enjoyed performing for multiple stage productions including You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, Chicago, The Music Man, and many others.
In her spare time, Alexis enjoys cooking/baking, video gaming, and playing with her adorable cats and bunnies.
Strong advocate of using science to understand how a student can achieve more vocal freedom, and to achieve a voice they are most comfortable with. “As a fellow member of the LGBTQ community I understand what is was like to not feel comfortable in my own skin, so I want to help any individual going through this in any way that I can.”
Adrian Soliz is a recent graduate from UTSA (Bachelor of Arts in Music) who has been teaching in the San Antonio area for 3 years now. He has taught all levels of singers, from 6 years old to adults, and many different genres of music. His students have gone out to receive roles in the community theaters and have also won various choral competitions at the regional level.
He is an advocate for using science to better understand how the voice works to allow for artists to have much more artistic freedom and expression. Adrian himself has performed with local opera and musical theater companies in the area.
His biggest project right now is being the president of the Young Professional Opera Guild. This nonprofit works bring opera to the community through various popup performances and recitals. “My goal as a voice teacher is to create an environment where my students feel safe and secure enough that they can allow themselves to unleash the artist that is in everyone.”