Kim Greenwood

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Kim Greenwood is a voice teacher, active performer, coach, masterclass teacher, mentor, and adjudicator. She has a love of music that began when she was a very young child, singing with her Mum around the piano. Her formative years also included studies in piano, ukulele, dance, and acting. 

Kim has a very strong performance background in multiple genres including jazz, big band vocals, musical theatre, pop and classical. Kim is passionate about cross-genre technique and training the whole singer; voice science is exciting frontier territory in this millennium and she actively seeks out professional development opportunities. Kim is a graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Music and she had the great fortune to have studied under renowned voice pedagogue Selena James for several years. She has also completed her certification in ‘Somatic Voicework™ The LoVetri Method’, an internationally acclaimed CCM (Contemporary Commercial Music) program. 

Kim created her private studio ‘Vivid Voice’ over 20 years ago and she has loved every minute of being on faculty at the Canadian College of Performing Arts since 2012, helping shape young performers’ careers. Her performance and teaching have always gone hand in hand; so much is learned from each and enhances the other.

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