Welcome To The Professional Voice
The Professional Voice (TPV) is Sacramento’s most sought after voice studio for people who demand results. Using the same method used by over 130 Grammy® winners, American Idol winners, the cast of Glee, and the Sing-Off, TPV promotes effortless singing using the natural voice, which is the safest method available.
TPV offers a supportive and comfortable environment for singers ranging from beginner to professional. Each singing lesson is personalized and recorded to
help you gain strength and confidence in your voice. We are the only studio that teaches how to sing with one of the best vocal methods in the industry. We truly care about the whole artist by teaching performance and overall understanding of music.
Being personally trained by TPV means being trained by some of the best vocal experts and industry professionals. We give you the tools necessary to take your singing voice to the next level; no matter what style you sing.
Being accredited with over 17 years of vocal training experience, working with aspiring singers, recording artists, Broadway performers, and having over 27 years of performing experience including Broadway, rock bands, church performances, and being a studio musician, TPV is able to provide you with all the experience needed to only benefit you.
Meet the team!
CEO and Founder
Kyle Founded The Professional Voice in 2005. Has performed and toured all over the United States as the Piano Man in Broadway’s Smash hit “Movin Out”
Director of Events/Certified Instructor
Ashley has been with The Professional Voice for 4 years. She is currently majoring in music and facilitates studio events.
Director of Education
Luke has been with The Professional Voice for 4 years. He is a dedicated studier of voice and a knowledgeable instructor.
Studio Producer & Engineer
Luke, a war veteran, brings his skills as both a music producer and engineer to our brand new recording studio. He also shares his talents in performances around the community and at his church. He inspires TPV students interested in recording to develop and share theirs with the world and is honored to join them on their journey.
Emily Mankarios has a music degree from William Jessup University where she concentrated in Vocal Performance and sang in their award winning groups: the University Choir & Orchestra and Crossroads ensemble. She has sung on a number of studio recordings and leads worship at churches, conferences, and retreats. She has been teaching and coaching voice for the past 2.5 years, and is thrilled to be a part of The Professional Voice team.
Luna Wildy has been teaching voice lessons for 5 years. She plays ukulele and piano and love working with groups. She has extensive musical theatre experience and specializes in performance technique. Her musical influences are Lady Gaga, Jessie J, Pentatonix, and has been known to rock out to hard-core metal every now and then. She is excited to bring her expertise and love of music teaching to The Professional Voice.
Sophia Miller has been teaching voice and guitar lessons for about two and a half years now and absolutely loves it and her students! She is also a professional musician outside of teaching and have performed over both locally and out of state with major touring acts. She is excited to teach voice and guitar at The Professional Voice!
Brittany Cody is a vocal and piano teacher at The Professional Voice. She has a music degree from William Jessup University with an emphasis on voice, vocal and stage performance and worship. She participated in their University Choir and Orchestra and has toured around California and Oregon singing at several churches and outreach events. She is a worship leader for her home church and also performs at other churches in the area. She is looking forward to working with you at The Professional Voice!
Kevin Nelson is a studying at William Jessup University, majoring in Vocal Performance and Theatre. He has a passion for the performing arts and cannot wait to share what he has learned with his students at The Professional Voice.
Ryan De Boer
Ryan has a bachelor of music degree in Vocal Performance and a Master of music degree in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy. He began teaching as an undergraduate. A promising young teacher, Ryan was awarded a graduate assistantship at Penn State University to study pedagogy. At Penn State, Ryan managed a private studio of undergraduate voice students and taught collegiate voice classes for music majors. Ryan also loves performing; his favorite roles have been Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, and Fabrizio Nacarelli in The Light in the Piazza.