Shannon Boyce has been a singer her whole life and a singing teacher for over 20 years. Before having children and finding Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy she was pursuing a career as an opera singer. Her formal education includes a Bachelors of Music from Samford University located in Birmingham Alabama, and a Master's of Music from The Manhattan School of Music in New York City. She sang with Des Moines Metro Opera, Brevard Music Center, New York City Opera, and De Capo Opera. Shannon has been studying the principles and exercises of "The School of Uncovering the Voice" (An anthroposophical approach to singing founded by Swedish opera singer, Valborg Werbeck-Svärdström) for over 13 years and was officially certified to teach Uncovering the Voice in 2019. She now is running a full-time singing school called A Supple Voice which is deeply based in the principles of Uncovering the Voice. Werbeck was 100 years ahead of her time. Shannon finds in her research that contemporary vocal pedagogy is slowly catching up to what Werbeck brought and in her teaching she strives to bring modern vocal pedagogy into a right relationship with Werbeck’s pedagogy. She offers professional development for singing with foundational courses and private lessons both in person and online for students all over the world as well as locally in her home studio located in Rockland County, New York. At Sophia's Hearth Shannon leads the singing for our 1 year foundations course in Birth thru age 3 guiding students to work on their self care and inner life development through singing and at the same time find more confidence for singing with young children at home and in the classroom.