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 past year, several students from the studio were cast in leads, supporting roles, ensembles and tech in their high school musicals. Astral on tech for Urine Town; Claire (supporting role) in Singing In the Rain; Griffin (understudy the lead and ensemble) in The Drowsy Chaperone; Lyndon as tech in The Drowsy Chaperone; Makena (supporting lead) in The Drowsy Chaperone; Riana (supporting role) in Urine Town; Vianne (supporting lead) in Bye, Bye Birdie; Zoe (lead) in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.

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.



ZOOM LESSONS WORK! Tatiana, age 20, studies virtually with the studio. She is currently enrolled in a collegiate music program on the west coast. As a singer, her goal this year is to accompany herself on piano. Give a listen to Georgia which Tatiana recorded recently, accompanying herself on piano. She has a band which covers rock and jazz. They are gigging about three to four times per week. Tatiana is about finish a movie in which she is featured.

Watch the Trailer Below

Sitters: Roxanne (2021) – First Look Starring Tatiana Magdaleno

Congratulations to JACQUELYN ERICKSON for making NATS FINALS. Enjoy her performance of “I Dreamed a Dream” Additionally, Jacquelyn has placed second in the American Protégé Music Competition and made Semi-Finals in the regional competition of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Jacquelyn is scheduled to perform her solo “Someone Like You” upon the opening of Carnegie Hall in NYC (hopefully spring of 2021).

Enjoy her repertoire:

I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables

I Cain’t Say No from Oklahoma

Morning Person from Shrek, the Musical

Honey Bun from South Pacific

Someone Like You from Jekyll and Hyde.

Congratulations to Michael Amodeo for being accepted into the CU-Denver Singer/Songwriter program for the fall of 2021. Michael and Riana collaborate through joint lesson times.

Enjoy “The Prayer”

Congratulations to Riana McHugh, for making Semi-Finals in the regional competition of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Riana will also be appearing as Pennywise in her high school’s production of Urinetown. Riana and Michael (Exit158) perform their duo set “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree.”

Enjoy her repertoire:

How Could I Ever Know from The Secret Garden

Stay With Me from Into the Woods (starring as the witch in her high school production)

Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again from Phantom of the Opera

Black Horse And The Cherry Tree

Congratulations to TAYLOR BIRD, Finalist in the Hal Leonard National Voice Competition.

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.