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.
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.
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!
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. + Show More
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
Hope Elyse Brown is a current Junior Music Education major at Auburn University. She started her collegiate career at Samford University in 2019 under the teachings of Dr. Brad Diamond and Dr. Philip Copeland, where she was a member of Samford University’s A Cappella Choir. After transferring to Auburn
University in the Fall of 2021, she became involved in Auburn University’s Chamber Choir, Women’s Chorus, and Opera Workshop.
While being involved at school, she has also performed with Auburn Area Community Theatre (AACT) for two shows and hopes to continue being involved in her community while teaching at Spicer’s! + Show More
Asia is a college student who has been involved with music since the age of five. She started out with singing and eventually progressed to other instruments; guitar, piano, and alto saxophone. Asia performed at open mic nights from age nine to twelve until she and her family moved to Stuttgart, Germany!
She stayed heavily involved with choir, advanced band, and jazz band in the music department at her middle and high school.
Asia has lived overseas for 15 years and recently moved back stateside to attend Auburn University. Throughout her different adventures, her love for guitar and commitment to lessons remained the same. Asia knows the importance of having a great music teacher, and her goal is to ensure that her students reach their full potential while having fun!
When Asia is not playing music, she enjoys hanging out with friends and family or drinking coffee! + Show More
Heydin McDaniel has been singing and playing music since he was ten years old. In his teens, Heydin discovered the guitar and everything changed! He began listening to rock music and mimicking guitarists like Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, and Angus Young. Shortly after, he found a group of guys at school and
started a band. This opportunity allowed him to hone his skills on guitar as well as work on his overall performance.
After graduation, Heydin received a Show Choir scholarship to Southern Union State Community College where he spent two years performing and expanding his skills in various choir and dance shows, as well as leading worship for the Monday night BCM (Bison College Ministries) services. Once he acquired his Associate’s degree from SU, Heydin went on to Point University as a music major to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in vocal pedagogy. While here, he was involved in many ensembles and music programs, which included: chamber choir, Signature voices (an elite a cappella group), Musikids, men’s choir, community band, and worship leading at Spring Road Christian Church.
After Point, Heydin decided he wanted a career on the college level, so he went to Auburn University to pursue a Master’s degree in Music Education. He spent a year and a half taking classes, working in classrooms, and learning effective educational methods to use for future music areas that he would be working in.
Heydin likes many types of music! Some of his favorites include, opera, rock ‘n’ roll, electronic, country, show choir, metal, blue grass, theatre, musicals, Disney, Classical, Baroque, medieval, renaissance, romantic, twentieth century, blues, reggae, traditional Chinese and Japanese, and Big Band music.
When he’s not playing music, Heydin enjoys reading books and drawing pictures with his two French bulldogs, Tyson and Chyna. + Show More