Mastering Musicianship (M2) Voice Lesson Program
(Statistics indicate that if a child participates in music, he or she is likely to earn higher grades and score better on standardized tests. Now there is powerful scientific evidence of a cause and effect link between music instruction and intelligence.
PLD's Mastering Musicianship Program, known as M2, provides for individual music lessons over a 10-week session each semester. The advantages to this program are cost and convenience. The rate for private lessons in Lexington can range from $20 to upwards of $45 per half-hour. The M2 program at PLD is only $150 for the 10-week session, and private instruction takes place in the practice rooms at PLD, under the direction of highly qualified vocal instructors.
Lessons are arranged to accommodate student needs. This coming spring semester lessons will occur between the hours of 4:00-6:30, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.
Winter/Spring 2023 Schedule
January 30/31/February 1/2
February 27/28/March 1/2
March 27/28/29/30 (Masterclass Week!)
May 1/2/3/4 - make-ups
M2 Spring Recital - Tuesday, May 16, 6:00 PM
Mezzo-soprano, Kaylee Piatt, is a first year D.M.A student at University of Kentucky studying with Dr. Everett McCorvey. She finished her Master of Music in Vocal Performance at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2020. She served as the Voice and Choral Teaching Assistant and studied with Dr. Tanya Kruse. Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Kaylee graduated from Muskingum University (Summa Cum Laude) with a B.A. in Music Education and a minor in Musical Theatre. In Spring 2019, she performed as a Vitellia shadow in UWM's production of La clemenza di Tito. In opera scenes, she has performed the roles of Bianca (Rape of Lucretia), Meg Page (Falstaff), and Mrs. Olsen (Street Scene). In Spring 2020, Kaylee performed with UWM Opera Theatre for two world premiere mini-operas as Scarlet (Echoes Ascension: Her Voice Is Heard) and Kirsti’s Mother (Kirsti and the Priest). Some of her favorite music theatre roles she has performed are Catherine (Pippin) and Eve (Children of Eden). Kaylee was recently awarded 2nd place in Kentucky’s National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition in 2022. She has performed with Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and UWM Symphony Orchestra. Kaylee has appeared as the Mezzo-soprano soloist for Vivaldi’s Gloria, Mozart’s Requiem, and Durante’s Magnificat. She was a conservatory artist at Bay View Music Festival performing in La Traviata (Flora) and the world premiere of The Show Must Go On (Ana). Kaylee has been teaching private voice and piano for 9 years and loves teaching vocal technique in all styles.