Special Announcement:

During this time of pandemic induced uncertainty, instruction is offered either online (FaceTime, Skype or Zoom) or in studio. If you choose to visit the studio for your lesson, the following protocol will be in place. Your temperature will be taken by forehead scanner; you will wash your hands and put on hand sanitizer. The studio will be wiped down (with Clorox) between each student. If a student has a temperature, he/she must take the next two lessons (14 days) online.



The Peak Performance Voice Studio offers vocal, choral and theatre arts instruction. All genres of singing are encouraged. Click Here to see classical singing demonstrated with Sull Aria in a duet with a former student as well as my rendition of “Sooner or Later” from the movie Dick Tracy.


A wide range of voice coaching in classical, musical theatre, pop, jazz and other genres provides a well balanced learning opportunity to best meet your needs.

Currently accepting students ages 9-adult (beginning, intermediate and advanced) in all singing styles.

Mission Statement

Singing releases the soul to best articulate the human joy of expression. This expression is not just in the moment but encompasses a lifetime.

Studies show students who commit to music lessons score higher on achievement tests. Imagine experiencing the exhilaration of singing and strengthening cognitive skills! There are even more benefits to singing:  personal interpretation of the written page to the excitement of the human musical sound; confidence booster, better public presentations, and achieving a set goal.

With sound vocal pedagogy, positive mentoring and parental support, the goal of singing is not only attainable but within two months of study, there should be a noticeable improvement in the quality of the voice and self-confidence.

The Lesson of the Turtle

Singing is risk-taking! In order to get anywhere in life, you have to stick your neck out!  The studio awards turtle replicas to those students who are ready and eager to get out and sing!  Enroll today and find out what potential you or your child may have in singing.  It’s a risk but worth it!

This fall, several students from the studio were cast in leads, supporting roles and ensembles in their high school musicals. Congratulations to Ethan, Jaidyn, Makena, and Taylor, cast in Once On This Island.

Congratulations to Riana, and Mackenzie for their roles in Into the Woods.

This slideshow is a compilation of the many faces who make music here every week. In 2019, Peak Performance Voice was chosen the Best of Monument Voice Studios.



JACQUELYN ERICKSON, SECOND PLACE in the international singing competition sponsored by American Protégé International Vocal Competition 2020. She will make her debut performance at Carnegie Hall March 2021!

Enjoy watching her two videos used in the audition: Honey Bun from South Pacific and Someone Like You from Jekyll and Hyde.


Enjoy his performance of “Fight the Dragons” from Big Fish.


Peak Performance Voice Studio is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and developing students.

  • Monologue Preparation – for school or local, state and national auditions

  • Audition Preparation – for theatre, school choir, American Idol, The Voice, or America’s Got Talent

  • Colorado All State Choir Preparation – assist with sight reading, scales/arpeggios, interval practice and art song solo


I encourage all potential singers, no matter the skill level! Interpreting the written page to the beauty of singing is a lifetime experience.

My philosophy is to encourage all potential singers, no matter what their skill level, that singing is something which may be pursued for a lifetime. 

Did you know that studies show music students score higher on achievement tests?  Imagine having fun singing with the ripple effect of becoming a better student! As an adult singer, the benefits of singing are:  confidence booster, better public presentations, reading and comprehension skills elevated.  
I am currently accepting students ages 9-adult with either beginning, intermediate or advanced skills.  All styles taught from opera to jazz, including musical theatre.  Singing is a risk! With sound vocal pedagogy, positive mentoring from the instructor and parental support, the goal of singing is not only attainable but within two months of study, there should be a noticeable improvement in the quality of the voice and self-confidence.