Welcome to a journey of self-discovery. . . where, if you are willing to risk,
you might just find yourself out on Center Stage!


Sharon Buck teaches voice privately in her home studio in Woodinville as well as at Studio East in Kirkland and Duvall Performing Arts in Duvall.  She loves to share her passion for singing with students of all ages and levels of talent.  While a classically trained singer, Sharon teaches a variety of repertoire and singing styles including belt, mixed belt and legit.  Her teaching background includes teaching music classes and conducting choirs from pre-Kindergarten to High School and Adult.  Her singing students have won recognition and awards at local and regional competitions.  She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, the Music Teachers National Association, and the American Guild of Organists and is a Certified Somatic Voicework™ teacher.

“Sharon is always learning and then applying that to her teaching. She has brought me so far in four years and I feel really fortunate to have a teacher that is so passionate about teaching and wants her students to excel.” ~ 19-year old singer

“I have been working with Sharon for a little over 3 and a half years and have nothing but high praise for her teaching abilities. It is rare to find such an accomplished singer, such as herself, able to diagnose and articulate to others how to learn the art of singing. I have experienced that Sharon loves what she is doing and she throws herself into the progress of each student and has committed herself to helping them become better singers...Over the time I have taken lessons with Sharon, I see the improvement almost on a weekly basis. After the first lesson, I knew I had found the teacher that was going to hold me to a high standard and help me to change.”~ 55-year old professional folk singer

“Sharon is a true believer in classical technique. Without this strong foundation singers struggle to reach their full potential. It is hard to find true believers like Sharon that strive for strong technique, dedicated training and passionate love for the art. She gives her students the tools to succeed in the performing world and in life. Plan to gain a deeper appreciation for the art of singing and your child’s professionalism when they take a bow.” ~ ballet instructor, parent



Sharon teaches singers from ages 7-57, from recreational to professional. She teaches legit, mix, and belt vocal production and a wide variety of repertoire from classical to pop. Though her background is primarily classical, Sharon has been trained by the best in the business in Musical Theater and contemporary music. As an active singer and keyboardist, she has broad performance experience, and it continually enriches her teaching. Her students grace the stages of many local theater companies, talent shows and choirs. In lessons, students will develop the building blocks of technique essential to high-level performance, preparation of appropriate repertoire, and work on presentation and stage presence. Opportunities for performances are open to all regularly enrolled students.

While regular weekly lessons will yield the most benefits, Center Stage Voice Studio offers two tiers of study.

Tier I
Tier I is for students who want weekly lessons and make a year-long commitment to study the art of singing. Singers are like athletes: the vocal muscles and the neuro-muscular coordination needed to sing successfully require the consistent and regular training of weekly lessons. Students enrolled in this tier also participate in quarterly Master Classes, adjudications, and an annual Studio Recital, as well as other performance opportunities. The teacher assists in selecting appropriate repertoire consistent with the singer’s voice, ability, and goals. Students pay monthly tuition based on the number of lessons and get priority scheduling.

Tier II
Tier II is for students interested in focused coaching sessions with attention to technique and repertoire. These lessons have a flexible schedule and are charged on a per lesson basis. The student is primarily responsible for choosing repertoire that they work on in lessons. Students in Tier II are expected to work largely independently, and therefore this tier is not recommended for young or beginning singers.

Studio Locations
Kirkland: Studio East (11730 118th Ave NE, Suite 100, Kirkland, WA 98034)
Woodinville: Home Studio
Duvall: Duvall Performing Arts (15715 Main Street, Suite 201, Duvall 98019)

$60/hour, $45/45 mins, $30/30 mins

For more information please contact Sharon Buck at 425-483-7300 or at mezzosb@yahoo.com