Kristen Stetzer has been passionate about music for as long as she can remember and began training at the age of 13. While in high school, she won an honorary scholarship to study at the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University, giving her a head start as an undergraduate music major. She currently studies vocal performance at Wheaton College.
Kristen has toured across the US and Europe as a soloist and a choir member. She won the National Association of Teachers of Singing tri-state competition in 2017, and placed second in 2018 and 2019. She has performed in operas and musicals since she was 12 years old, and sang with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra as a high school senior. She began teaching voice in 2016. As a performer and a teacher, her vision for her students is that they learn to sing freely, understand music theory, and develop their musical interpretation. She teaches each of her students to reach their full singing potential by relaxing tension in the voice, allowing them to explore their own unique sound.
Vocal Performance Major
Bachelor of Music Degree, Wheaton College (Anticipated Graduation: May 2021)
Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee
Musical Styles: Classical, Musical Theater, Pop