Obert Voice Studios offers a variety of services for singers, teachers, and patients.
Decent singers discover they can have world-class voices. Voice teachers learn they can get dramatic and rapid results with their students, and patients with pathological conditions find they can speak and sing with an ease and comfort they never thought possible.
Kerrie Obert, founder of Obert Voice Studios (OVS), is an experienced singing teacher who has worked with Grammy-winning vocalists and Broadway performers. Additionally, she is a certified speech language pathologist who's performed over 20,000 endoscopies and conducted ground-breaking MRI research, leading to the development of practice and training tools OVS clients use to help them reach their goals.
“It’s a great thing when you realize you still have the ability to surprise yourself.”
- Alan Ball
Meet Kerrie Obert, M.A., CCC-SLP
Kerrie Obert is one of the world’s leading experts in voice training and pedagogical practice. An internationally acclaimed speech language pathologist and singing voice specialist with over 25 years in clinical and private practice, her love of teaching voice and witnessing the remarkable responses from her clients/students/patients has been the driving force to her success.
“I’d studied singing for years, but always felt like my voice lacked the rich, soulful quality I’d admired in great singers like Otis Redding, Donny Hathaway, and Adele. Using practical, science-based techniques, Kerrie showed me exactly how to bring these qualities into my singing.
After just a few lessons, I could feel audience members paying closer attention during my performances. They’d come up to me after to tell me how moved they were by my singing. I can finally say I truly love my voice.”
"Kerrie is an inspirational and empowering mentor, with a seemingly bottomless toolkit. Whether the conversation is about mechanics and physiology or psycho-social and emotional factors, and whichever genre or type of voice use under consideration, Kerrie teaches me to always have my eye on the whole person in front of me."