Voice lessons offer instruction in vocal techniques such as proper breathing, tone control and matching pitch while also helping students improve their vocal range, timbre, pitch and rhythm. In addition to technique, students also learn the stylistic elements of the type of music they are interested in.

Types of vocal styles offered include, pop, classical, choral, country, R&B, rock, music theater, worship and more. Air House teachers can also help students prepare for choral and music theater auditions and performances, improve their stage presence, prepare for a recording session, prepare for singing with a group or band, prepare solos for festivals and more.

Air House has an excellent selection of voice teachers that can teach all ages and levels of experience.

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Brenna Beeson Piano, Trumpet, Voice

Brenna offers lessons in piano, trumpet, and voice. At the age of 6, she discovered her connection to the piano. From there, she began her studies, eventually expanding them at Wichita State University. She started teaching privately her first year of college, 8 years ago, and has taken on students of all ages & learning abilities ever since. Outside of teaching, she has been writing, recording, and performing.

“With music, we paint upon the blank canvas that is silence. When I look at the keys of the piano, I see a playground of unlimited possibilities~ A vast universe to explore what hits us deep in the core and creates a unique essence I have yet to experience outside of the world of music and sound. Within this space, as we learn the fundamentals, we joyfully explore and decide what colours and shapes to form.
I absolutely LOVE working with individuals to discover what brings them that spark of pure joy, awe, and wonder. Music is not a chore, but a seemingly vital tool for therapeutic expansion. I look forward to embarking on this journey with you!”

~Brenna Beeson

Dawn Moore Piano, Voice

Dawn Moore is a professional piano and voice teacher with over 15 years’ experience teaching students of all ages.  Currently, she is the music teacher at a private school in Wichita, Kansas. She has been a professional musician for a variety of local churches as well as a musical coordinator for a national non-profit organization.

Originally from New York, she received her B.A. and her Master’s Degree in Music from Syracuse University.  As a professional vocalist, Dawn was on tour as a vocalist with national recording artist Luther Vandross.

She teaches a vast range of music genres from classical to contemporary, performance vocals, and fundamentals of music.

When Dawn is not teaching, she enjoys camping and fishing and one day, she would really love to catch “the big one that got away!”

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Injoy Fountain Voice

Injoy Fountain was born and raised in Wichita. She attended grade school at Collegiate and graduated from East High. She then moved to New York City for ten years and graduated from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA). There she performed in a band with four-time Tony nominee, Condola Rashad, all the while on and off Broadway. She also traveled to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s largest arts and media festival. There she performed in “Rent” the musical under the direction of Anthony Rapp.

Maybe you remember her from “The Voice’s” Team Kelly, or from her tour with Postmodern Jukebox? Perhaps you attended Music Theatre Wichita’s ”42nd Street” where she played Maggie Jones, or witnessed her transformative performance in “The Color Purple” at Roxy’s Downtown?

She focuses on healthy vocal placement and the ability to sustain and create longevity in career goals.

Justin Meyer Piano, Trumpet, Voice

Justin Meyer is a pianist, music teacher, singer songwriter, and film score composer from Wichita. He received his BA in Music from Friends University in 2015. While at Friends, he participated in a number of ensembles including Singing Quakers, and a select Jazz Vocal Ensemble under the direction of Craig Curry. During that time, he also played keys for the local band, Commonfolk, and worked on their debut album called “Warm Like the Treetops, Cold Like the River” (2015). Justin has been writing and teaching music in various capacities since then, stepping in to conduct high school choirs, teaching private lessons, and leading workshops on the art of songwriting.

Justin released an album of improvisational piano pieces in 2020 titled “How The Hummingbird Flies”.

In 2022, Justin graduated with a Masters of Music in Film Score Composition from the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program. He received direct instruction from Hummie Mann, an Emmy award-winning film score composer, alongside a number of other industry professionals. For his final project in the program he composed, orchestrated, and conducted music for a 52 piece orchestra.

He was recently credited for his musical contributions to the TV movie, Christmas in Scotland (2023).

Justin is passionate about equipping his students with the tools they need to make the music they want to hear. His teaching style focuses on building confidence and creativity alongside the fundamental skills that all music students can attain.

Madi Laughlin Voice

Madi Laughlin is a Wichita native, born & raised, who specializes in musical theatre performance, vocal accuracy and power, and songwriting. She graduated from WSU in 2021, and has lived in a few different places performing and writing music including Rome, Italy in 2019, Eastern United States in 2021, and writing music for her first album at Mission: Wolf sanctuary in Colorado, 2021. Madi has also been part of a few solo and collaborative music projects around Wichita including Keo & Them and Yogi Bogi. Since returning home, they have been recording an album, playing local shows, and performing at Roxy’s downtown theatre; you may have seen her as Veronica Sawyer in “Heather’s: The Musical” and Chris Hargensen in “Carrie: The Musical.” Madi specializes in helping students to conquer stage fright and performance anxieties while also expanding their range, finding healthy vocal placements, and developing character voice when needed.

Madi also plays piano and ukulele, and is always in the process of learning new instruments, currently including guitar and bass. Ideally, lessons are a collaborative space with student and mentor, and are relationally, musically, and creatively beneficial for the student. She would be honored to help you find your voice and to encourage you in your artistic endeavors!

Marial Isaac Voice, Piano, Strings

Marial Mortimer Isaac holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music with a Vocal Performance emphasis from Friends University. Music is an essential part of her life, faith and connection to the world.
Her inspiration is drawn from a variety of experiences. At Friends University she performed vocally as a member of the Singing Quakers, the Vocal Jazz Ensemble and was involved in Musical Theatre and Opera. She also performed as a violinist in the Chamber and Community orchestras. She has traveled to Germany for opera chorus work and was also able to tour to Costa Rica and Europe with the Singing Quakers. She has sung locally at various events including roles with Opera Kansas and as a member of the Wichita Chamber Chorale. She loves connecting with people and helping them learn and grow as artists. She focuses on healthy technique and confidence.

Mary-Michael Gomez Piano, Voice

Mary-Michael Gomez has been a diligent student of voice for around a decade.

Mary-Michael studied vocal performance and musical theatre at Wichita State University.  And the summer of 2019, she traveled overseas to Italy where she studied Italian opera through the Canta In Italia program alongside her voice professor Dr. Pina Mozzani, whom she studied under for four years in college.  Mary-Michael has participated in a handful of professional theatre productions, and you may have seen her as Heather Chandler Heathers The Musical at Roxy’s Downtown.

Mary-Michael has a wide array of musical inspiration from pop to classic rock to classical. She is fascinated with the future of music, and encourages others to step outside the box when it comes to genre and style.

Mary-Michael believes that a strong foundation of classical voice training will take a singer anywhere they wish to go, and broaden their artistic horizons greatly in the process. Through the mindful use of posture, breath-work and technique, Mary-Michael hopes to help students approach safe, proper singing in a joyful, creative way.  She would like to emphasize that above all else, the making of music should always be an act of celebration, and that joy shall never be lost!

Paul Fowler Guitar, Piano, Ukulele, Voice

Paul Fowler is has a diverse skill set, offering guitar, piano, ukulele, and voice lessons. Paul was born and raised in Wichita, KS and has spent the last 15 years writing, performing, recording, and teaching.

He has a passion for showing students what is possible if they focus and fall in love with their music.  He has an unorthodox way of teaching with incredibly fast results for those who LOVE music.

“There is a better way to explore an instrument than the way our parents learned… and quit. Learning should always be engaging and always focus on exactly what the student wants to learn. We didn’t learn the alphabet before we began to speak, so why would we learn notes before we play. It’s time to have fun! 

Finding your voice or expression through an instrument is one of the most rewarding areas of growth in a persons life. It is so integral to finding your true voice and being able to sing and play with the your greatest dynamic range. Music is about joy, and integrating that joy into your life!”

– Paul Fowler

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William Bloomquist Guitar, Voice

William Bloomquist is a songwriter, performer, and educator, among other non-musical passions such as art and games. He graduated in 2013 from Friends University where he studied guitar, voice, and music theory. Since then he’s been a versatile creative contributor to the Wichita scene teaching lessons, playing in various local projects (The Hollows, The Radio Soul, Tommy Newport), and writing/recording solo work. He performs and releases music under the moniker Dot Bella Quist.

As a teacher, William is focused on helping students find a relationship to their instrument that feels authentic, exciting, expansive and sustainable. He is especially passionate about helping people accompany themselves and write their own music.