Kylie Evans

Kylie Evans

Kylie Evans is currently a professor at Boise State University, where she teaches the vocal pedagogy course as well as voice lessons. She previously taught at NYU Steinhardt, where she received her MM degree in Vocal Performance, as well as her Advanced Certificate of Vocal Pedagogy. Before grad school, Kylie received her BM in Vocal Performance at Utah State University. For singing tips and tricks, you can follow Kylie on Instagram and TikTok at @kythevocalcoach. 

Four Tips to Get Better at Memorizing

I remember standing shakily in front of the judges at a NATS singing competition. The accompanist began the prelude to the first aria in my set of songs, “Vedrai carino” from Mozart’s Don Giovanni. All that was going through my mind was, “Will I remember the words?”

Four Things to Consider When Choosing a Voice Teacher

Trying to choose a voice teacher can be daunting, especially since there are so many options out there! How do we pick a voice teacher, given all of these options that we have? Here are a few things to consider while making your selection.

Four Tips to Help You Succeed in College

Are you preparing to go to college soon? This is an exciting transition to a new stage in your life! There definitely is a learning curve to adjusting to all of these things. Here are a few things to keep in mind to help you get through.

5 Ways to Get Better at Practicing

Practicing is crucial for vocal development, but it can be overwhelming trying to practice when you don’t know where to start. Here are some strategies to help you get the most out of your practice sessions!

Breathe/Support from Your Diaphragm: Why This Phrase Isn’t Fully Accurate

Are you wondering about your diaphragm and breath? Read on for more information about the diaphragm to help you understand more about its function, and better ways to talk about the breath.

4 Tips to Become a Confident Performer

The moment I started singing, I froze. My technique was gone, I couldn't remember the words that came so easily just an hour before, and I didn't sing the way I wanted, the way I knew I could have. I learned an important lesson: performing was a completely different skillset that I needed to develop.