Amy Boyd (In Person)

female voice teacher

Amy Boyd is the owner of Sense & Color School of Music, and loves helping students find their inner rock stars! Amy studied vocal performance at the University of Texas at Austin, and spent the first half of her musical career singing with choral groups at UT and the Grammy-nominated Conspirare, under the direction of Craig Hella Johnson. Amy still loves the experience of classical singing, but once she took the mic as a solo singer, there was no looking back. Since then, she’s performed as a lead singer in bluegrass groups, rock bands, folk duos, wedding bands, a Pink Floyd tribute band, and more – and there’s nothing she’d rather do in life than sing.

(Listen to Amy’s most recent project, recorded with Todd McKimmey, here: Story Lane on Spotify)

A versatile and powerful vocalist in multiple genres, Amy works to divide lesson time into an equal mix of practicing important vocal techniques, and singing music that brings joy. Lessons should be educational, but fun too! Amy has a real fondness for showtunes, and she’s a great asset for students auditioning or performing in local musicals.

Amy is a patient and kind vocal coach who works to bring out the inner performer in her vocal students, helping them to find an artistry that goes beyond just notes and rhythms.

Ready to book a trial session? Check Amy's current availability here.

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Awesome private music lessons in the heart of Leander TX, just minutes from Old Town Leander, Liberty Hill, and Cedar Park.
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Hours vary depending on lesson schedules.

Sense & Color School of Music
660 S. Bagdad Rd. #410
Leander, TX 78641

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