Learn to sing the right way.

Our voice teachers are all degreed professionals with years of training and experience that enhance the way they teach their students. In voice lessons, we focus on establishing great singing technique, working through tone and range exercises, and learning everything from contemporary and jazz, to classical approaches. Whether you're 5 or 55, brand new to the singing or gigging professionally, our goal is to help you become not just someone who can sing, but a singer.

You can also view our voice teachers' bios below to see who's right for you.


Jessie Ann Bolash, B.A.

INSTRUCTOR OF VOICE, PIANO, FLUTE, AND CLARINET

Accepting new students: Yes

Centralized teaching area: Indianapolis (North)

Personal studio: No

Travel lessons offered: Yes

Jessie Ann Bolash is an accomplished music professional from Arlington Heights, Illinois. After attending Hofstra University and Illinois State University and graduating in 2014 with her Bachelor of Arts in Music History and Ethnomusicology with a piano performance minor, she taught at the Des Plaines School of Music specializing in piano, voice, flute, clarinet, and music theory as well as Glenbrook District 34 Schools K-2 general music.

Now residing in Indianapolis, Jessie Ann is a member of the Indianapolis Women's Choir. Jessie Ann attended Interlochen Center for the Arts from 2009 - 2011 as a Vocal Arts and Operetta major. Her achievements and ensemble involvement include Chicago Opera Idol Junior Winner, Premier of Eric Whitacre's Paradise Lost, Up and Coming Theater Company, Prospect High School Company, World Youth Honors Choir, Interlochen Festival Choir, Interlochen Women's Chorus, Hofstra Chorale, ISU Women's Choir, ISU Opera, ISU Concert Band, the Indianapolis Women's Choir and many more. Jessie Ann has worked with many leaders in music including Eric Whitacre, Dr. David Fryling, Dr. Glen Block, Tammy Hensrud, Dr. Francesca Cassio, to name a few. She is an experienced performer of music of the Sikh culture as well. Jessie Ann enjoys performing, teaching, composing, and arranging music.


Katy Colglazier, B.A.

Instructor of Early Childhood Music, Voice, and Piano

Accepting new students: Yes

Centralized teaching area: Fishers

Personal studio: Yes

Travel lessons offered: Yes

Katy Colglazier is a native Hoosier living in downtown Fishers following her graduation from Anderson University with a B.A. in Music. She was raised in a musical family, and has allowed music to play a leading role in her life. Possessing an especially deep passion for early childhood music, Katy has worked in child care for years, and as a Teacher's Assistant at Orchard View Elementary School in Middlebury, Indiana. There, she enjoyed getting children excited about learning through music, as well as planting the seeds and nurturing the confidence of young and beginner musicians. Katy has performed in a wide variety of unique performance roles, from a soprano in operas to part of the male chorus in musicals. She is an ISSMA State Champion, and was nominated a national finalist at the Fame National Music Competition, where she sang at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. While studying at Anderson University, Katy sang as a soprano for the Anderson University Chorale, and toured Scandinavia, performing in concerts throughout Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Estonia. She has spent six years in private vocal study with Professor Sandy Hill at Goshen College, and four years with Professor Diana Huntoon while at Anderson University.

Katy has experience singing and coaching a variety of vocal styles, including jazz, classical, musical theatre, pop, and indie. While at Anderson University, she was a Choral Director's Assistant, tutored students in music theory and ear training skills, and took many classes on music education and early childhood music. Aside from teaching, Katy enjoys DJ'ing for weddings and events, playing and reviewing video games, studio singing, playing ukulele, and arranging her own choral works.


Stuart Ross Johnson, B.A.

Instructor of Guitar, Voice, Composition, and Ukulele

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Accepting new students: Yes

Centralized teaching area: Indianapolis (North)

Personal studio: Yes

Travel lessons offered: Yes

Stuart Ross Johnson is an experienced guitarist, songwriter and band leader who recently moved to Indianapolis from New England. He has been studying guitar for over 10 years and has a diverse musical background. Having lived all over the country, he has influences from the South West (country, americana), Appalachian Mountains (bluegrass, folk) and his father’s Delta Blues records. Stuart attended UNC Asheville where he studied classical guitar and general music under guitarist David Stevenson. He has been teaching music lessons for over 3 years both in private and group settings. In addition to teaching guitar, Stuart has experience with songwriting, vocal coaching, piano and ukulele.

Stuart currently performs around Indianapolis in a group called Ross Hollow, playing songs he has written and some covers. His influences go back as far as Van Morrison and James Taylor and reach to modern influences such as Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson, Brandi Carlile, Shakey Graves, Bon Iver, Andrew Byrd and more.


Billy Jones, B.S.

Instructor of guitar, drums, and voice

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Accepting new students: Yes

Centralized teaching area: Indianapolis (West)

Personal studio: No

Travel lessons offered: Yes

Billy Jones is an experienced multi instrumentalist from the Indianapolis area. He has over 20 years experience with electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar percussion, brass, as well as choral and solo vocals. His playing experience along with his studio and production experience gives him an unique point of view to approaching music in both an ensemble and lesson environment that is applied easily to real world situations.

A graduate of Ball State University, Billy spent time playing bass in the ensemble for the Ball State University singers. He was a part of the school’s Chamber and Concert Co-Ed choirs and the Statesmen Male Chorus. He was also a member of the Symphony and Concert bands as well as Ball State’s Pride of Mid-America Marching band, where he played tuba. After receiving his B.S. in Music, Media and Production from Ball State’'s School of Music, Billy has been actively involved in both Music Director, and instrumentalist roles for multiple churches across the Circle City. Billy has also recorded on sessions for artists such as Columbus, Indiana based duo "Here Together", which was tracked in Nashville TN at Gnome Studios. Billy is also a songwriter, electric guitarist and bassist in the Franklin, Indiana based CCM worship band, "Flight of the Fallen". They have opened for bands such as Kutless and Sanctus Real. Billy studied with Matthew Lyon, Mark Mordue, Michael Oravitz, Andrew Crow, and Derek Johnson during his time at Ball State.