Hey, I’m Korrie Paliotto, and I'm a song stylist and voice coach located in San Diego, California. I work with singers one-on-one to prepare for auditions, build their repertoire books, and work on styling their pieces to sound authentic to the genre.  

I absolutely love the art of styling songs, and I want to share whatever I learn on my journey of research, teaching, and performing with you so that we can all become amazing performers.

If you’re interested in working together, send me a note on my contact page so we can chat about what you’re looking for.

Or, if you want to start off with some self-guided learning, check out my blog. It’s full of helpful tips so you can start learning how to style your songs today!

Just want to say hi or ask a quick question? I’m reachable on Instagram and Facebook where I post videos and content about auditioning, selecting repertoire, and styling songs.

 

xo,

Korrie


 

Bio

Korrie Paliotto is a music director and vocal coach in San Diego, CA. A specialist in musical theatre history and contemporary pop/rock performance styles, Korrie explores the intersection of rock music and musical theatre and has been a guest lecturer at Musical Theatre Educator’s Alliance (MTEA), Association of Theatre in Higher Education (ATHE), Pomona College, and San Diego Repertory Theatre Surround Events.

Selected music direction credits include White Christmas (Gateway Playhouse, NY), Phantom (Gateway Playhouse), Beth Malone: So Far (New York and San Diego), Everybody’s Talkin’ (San Diego Repertory Theatre), Violet (San Diego Repertory Theatre), Cabaret (AMDA College and Conservatory, LA).

As a teaching artist, she is strongly committed to educating the next generation of performers and has directed shows and outreach programs at the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts, San Diego Opera, San Diego Junior Theatre, and Pacific Children’s Theatre. She loves to work with young people because of their unbridled belief that the world is full of possibilities and that they can (and should) make the world a better place for us all. Go, millenials!

M.F.A in Musical Theatre, San Diego State University; B.A. in Music, San Diego State University.