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Dr. Stephannie Moore brings an eclectic array of experience into her work as a performer and educator. Her teaching career spans more than two decades, specializing in Musical Theatre and Classical Voice for professionals and aspiring professionals.  A sought-after audition and performance coach, her students perform on stages across the US, UK, Europe and Asia and many of them are award-winning professional singers and emerging artists in the industry.


From 2022-2024, Dr. Moore was Area Coordinator for Musical Theatre at Florida International University's Wertheim School of Music. As a clinician, she has presented on such topics as crossover singing styles, contemporary voice techinques for classical singers, vocal hygiene for the musical theatre artist and mindfulness strategies for performance anxiety. Dr. Moore holds a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Michigan and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from the University of Miami. In conjunction with the Department of Laryngology at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine, she is an active clinical researcher of voice pedagogy and vocal health, specializing in strategies to prevent and rehabilitate voice injuries in musical theater singers. Other areas of research include the use of mindfulness practices in the voice studio and techniques to support total wellness of the performing artist. Two of her recent articles, "Prevention Not Intervention: Stewarding Healthier Singers into University Musical Theatre Programs" and "Unique Vulnerabilities for the Musical Theatre Performer" are currently in publication.


Dr. Moore has a private voice studio in southeast Florida, where she works with professional and pre-professional-level singers, including a select number of aspiring performers by audition.

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