Charlotte Lee, BM & MM, is a thoughtful artist with a beautiful voice and commanding stage presence. Her diverse background ranging from contemporary to classical training gives her unique skills in teaching a wide variety of music. With more than 30 years of experience, she has the tools to work with advanced performing artists to achieve excellent results. Charlotte also has the ability to break down difficult concepts into easily relatable pieces for beginners wanting to get off the ground or novice singers to take the next step in development. Her skill coupled with a kind disposition and gentle teaching style produces excellent outcomes for injured singers. Charlotte comes highly recommended by speech and language pathologists as a resource for voice lessons following vocal therapy. She is skilled in unlocking a student's potential to become more versatile, confident – most notably – authentically unique. Her students develop a singing ability that is stylistically appropriate and healthy. Her students have been cast in shows, won awards, been accepted into some of the best schools, and become professional musicians.
Charlotte Lee earned a Bachelor of Music from the Boston Conservatory, where she studied under David Blair McClosky, founder of the McClosky Institute of Voice™ and voice therapist to John F. Kennedy. She completed her Master of Music at Florida State University. Recently she completed LoVetri Institute for Somatic Voicework™ Level I, II, & III training. She is currently a Doctoral of Musical Arts Candidate in the Alabama School of the Arts at the University of Mobile and resides with her family in Auburn, Alabama.