voice lessons

"Everything you want to be, you already are. You're simply
on the path to discovering it."

-Alicia Keys

anyone can learn to sing

Yes, you heard that correctly, everyone can learn to sing! Our voice is the only instrument that is not man-made. It’s an instrument that’s always with us. However, the voice is an instrument that takes technique, skill, practice, and patience to perfect. Just like learning a school subject, learning to sing comes easier to some people than it does to others. However, the vocal cords are a muscle that can be trained, strengthened, and fine-tuned to perfection.

tailored lessons to fit your needs

Our professionally trained vocal instructors utilize a number of tools and techniques to teach posture, breath control, pitch and tone, and vocal range expansion. At Spicer’s Music, we believe each student regardless of their age is unique and requires a personalized vocal education plan to meet and exceed their vocal goals.

increase skills and confidence

Let one of our vocal instructors and vocal coaches work with you to increase your vocal skills and self-confidence. Regardless of whether you are auditioning for a television singing competition, auditioning for a choir or band position, or simply trying to improve your voice for personal growth; our trained instructors will help you to achieve your goals!

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meet your instructor!

Hannah Rose Atkins



Hannah Rose has been a performing musician since 2004 when she took her first piano lesson. She joined Young Singers of West Georgia and started playing the clarinet in her middle school band. Hannah Rose continued studying and performing instrumental and vocal music throughout middle ... school, high school, and college. Hannah Rose lives in Auburn and attended Auburn High School and Auburn University, earning a degree in Instrumental and Vocal Music Education. In high school, she gained recognition as a member of the US Army All-American Marching Band.

At Auburn University, she served as the clarinet section leader of the marching band for a year and Drum Major for two years. Hannah Rose performed with numerous other ensembles, including Auburn University's Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, and Chamber Choir on stages across the United States and Europe.

Most recently, Hannah Rose was the Director of Bands at Trinity Presbyterian School in Montgomery and served as the Assistant Director of the Asheboro High School Band Program in North Carolina. She has also been serving as a clinician and adjudicator for several high school marching band programs. Hannah Rose is a professional member of the National Association for Music Education, performs with the East Alabama Community Band, and plays at her church in Auburn.
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Jessie Osborne



Jessie has been a performing vocalist for most of her life and started instructing vocals in 2016. As a child, she began singing and performing in local school and church plays. Jessie was involved in concert choirs and show choirs throughout middle school and high school and played the trombone as a member of the ... marching, jazz, and concert bands. Jessie studied Music Leadership with a focus on worship at the Highlands College. Jessie is furthering her education in vocal pedagogy and broadening her instrumental talents by learning piano, acoustic guitar, and bass guitar. She is currently the worship leader and vocal trainer at her local church. + Show More

Rachel Pair



Rachel has had a passion for music for as long as she can remember. It branched from church choir to years of piano lessons, from middle school flute to the theatre stage, and it hasn’t stopped since. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from Auburn University, where she fell (more) in love with ... music and the diverse wonders it has to offer. She lucked into fantastic opportunities on the Auburn stage, as well as a summer in New York City workshopping and performing in a new musical.

Rachel describes the environment of her studio as positive, FUN, and safe. Her goal is to have an atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable, seen, and free to be exactly who they are; To make the hiccup mistakes, and ask questions while feeling supported and encouraged along the way. There will never be a lack of fun in her studio, but that also comes paired with a constant strive for technique, understanding, and progress! Focusing on each student’s learning and communication style, she works towards individually tailored lessons with realistic and exciting goal setting.

Rachel is an avid Fleetwood Mac fan, a barista on the weekends, and loves to travel. She also loves reading, cooking, pottery, watching films, live music, and spending time with friends and family!
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Aaron Shealey



Aaron is currently attending Auburn University and studying vocal performance. Aaron has been singing and writing songs since the age of seven, but he started singing semi-professionally after high school. ... In his collegiate studies, Aaron has had the opportunity to study piano as his secondary instrument and is a classically trained baritone. With his knowledge of theory and skills, he hopes to encourage all of those who would like to endeavor in the joys of music. + Show More

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