Stephanie Klimek
24405 Chestnut St. , Suite 103, Newhall CA, 91321
Instruments: Piano, Voice
Styles: Classical
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 11 years
Rate: $60 / hr
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Personal Statement
Stephanie has been teaching voice and piano for over 10 years and still loves to pass her love of music on to others. She has taught on the college level, professionals in the industry, and those who just want to enjoy music more. Stephanie received a Masters degree with honors in vocal performance from Cal State, Northridge after completing her Bachelors degree from The Masters College. She has recently appeared as Miss Silverpeal in The Impressario, Nekaya, in Utopia Limited and operatic productions including Tosca, Don Giovanni, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Amahl and the Night Visitors. She has performed in musical theater as Dorothy in Thoroughly Modern Millie, Ethel in the Music Man and other productions. Stephanie has also performed as the soprano soloist in the Rutter Requiem, Rutter Magnificat, and Vivaldi Gloria and at the Christmas Live! Production at the Nokia Theater. She is also the co-director of The Songs of Summer program at The Masters College and served as conductor of The Masters College High School Choir. Stephanie also directs children’s’ musical theater camps at The Canyon theater Guild and has worked as vocal director of several of their main stage productions.
Education / Training
Bachelor of Music in vocal performance from The Masters College

Master of Music in vocal performance from Cal State University Northridge


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