Nicholas Yaquinto is an established and well season vocal pedagogue and coach. He has more than 200 hours of accredited teaching within Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida and The Fulton School of Music in Atlanta, Georgia along with private students in various locations. After a lifetime of musical performance his experience ranges throughout all different styles and genres, including operatic performance, musical theatre, barbershop quartets, vocal jazz, oratorio, art song, popular music, rock, and singer- songwriter.
His studio ranges in experience levels from novice to professional, and includes pupils of all ages from all walks of life. With two degrees in Vocal Performance, his training includes a focus upon the anatomy of the human throat, and how these parts function scientifically to create the most consistent vocal production possible. Being a student of David Okerlund, he has studied the works of Richard Miller, William Vennard, Manuel Garcia, and more. Collaboration with his students upon their individual needs and goals for their personal vocal development is the major driving force behind every lesson. Every human is different, and every voice is able.