Brooke Williams' love for music began as a three-year old little girl singing with an exaggerated vibrato in the concert hall of her own home. Since then she has thrived on developing her skills as a musician through private vocal studies and as a teacher for the past 20 years. Some of Brooke’s highlights in her musical career include a summer spent as a missionary for her church specifically to perform religious and family-focused entertainment, her role as Salome in the Christmas production of “Savior of the World,” and her performances in Ash Lawn Opera’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors.”
Brooke is committed to providing the best vocal instruction for clients. For that reason she is a certified teacher with the Institute of Vocal Advancement and has received additional education with International Voice Teachers of Mix, Speech Level Singing, and a music minor from Brigham Young University (BYU).
Brooke graduated from BYU in 2010 with a B.S. in Business Management, emphasis in Finance. The analytical skills gained through her studies have helped her not only run a better studio, but also learn how to notice the individual details of a person's voice and guide them in making a plan for their artistic progress. Throughout her education, her focus has been to strengthen her abilities as a vocalist and singing teacher. Since 2006, she has been teaching singers in a variety of genres how to find their authentic voice and sing with freedom and ease
Brooke and her family live in Libby, MT, where she, her husband and three children enjoy spending time in nature and appreciating good music.
- Instructor III
Provides In-Person Lessons
Provides On-Line Lessons