Sara Westermark

Westermark Voice Studio

Wilmington , NC, USA

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Teacher Type


Teaching Styles

Musical Theatre

Levels Taught

Young Artist/Emerging Pro
High School


Sara Westermark, lyric soprano, is a celebrated regional soloist, renowned private voice teacher, and self-taught metalsmith. Sara graduated with a Master’s in Voice Performance magna cum laude from the University of Missouri School of Music where she performed such roles as Pamina from Magic Flute, Susannah from Floyd’s Susannah, Mother Hansel and Gretel, Poppea l’incornatione di Poppea, and Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro. Sara has performed as a soloist with the Wilmington Symphony, UNCW Opera, Tallis Chamber Orchestra, Opera Wilmington, Wilmington Oratorio Society, Southeastern Oratorio Society, the Wilmington Choral Society, the Wilmington Guild of Organists, and serves as a soprano section leader for the St. James Episcopal Church Choir. Her voice students have won top state, regional, and national accolades and awards through the National Association of Teachers of Singing Student Auditions, the Schmidt High School Classical Voice Competition, and they have received admission and scholarships to top music conservatories and universities like North Carolina School of the Arts and Curtis Institute of Music. She is passionate about teaching voice believing that all people who love singing should sing. Sara’s work with young singers was published in a book by Karen Brunssen, “The Evolving Singing Voice: Changes Through the Lifespan”. In her work as a Metalsmith, Sara won a North Carolina Arts Council Grant to create an art piece, “Armor of Inclusivity” which celebrates the beauty of her transgender oldest child. Use #armorofinclusivity on Instagram to see photos of this project. As avid animal lover, Sara enjoys spending time with her family, animal companions, and pursuing new creative projects.