Why We’re Here

It’s simple.

We’re here to make the world better, by helping you elevate your voice.

Studio owner Adrienne left a lucrative IT career in the mid-2000’s because she couldn’t get behind the mission of helping large businesses make more money.  She felt a call to make her corner of the world better.

She found her purpose in 2009 when she started teaching a next-door neighbor how to sing. As more clients sought her out, she loved working with diverse voices and seeing students stand taller as they achieved something new – especially after peak experiences such as performing on stage. That high would persist for days, so she named the studio “Performance High.”

As word spread and her studio grew to include additional teachers, she was fierce about giving employees respect and generous pay. Her vision was to build a rare music school where exceptionally talented and experienced coaches who could have their own studios, preferred to work. This way, a hand-picked group of top-notch talent could offer clients more opportunities, more growth, and better results while focusing on their passion of teaching. 

The first two teachers Adrienne hired are still with Performance High today, over 12 years later.
Over the last decade and a half, Performance High has grown into community where everyone from owner to clients is on a mutually supported journey to constantly grow and strive for the next milestone. Teachers share knowledge, support each other, participate in continuing education, and remain active in the Colorado music scene. Students try new songs and instruments, get on stage, make friends in music, write new songs, and spread their wings.
This local, woman-owned, non-franchised studio with a naturally ingrained culture of respect, trust, and inclusion has become a highly sought after place by both employees and clients.  People of all ages, all ability levels, and with all types of musical goals thrive at Performance High.
It all comes back around to making a better place.  Whether it’s facing the fear of singing in front of people, drilling a new skill, or digging deep to figure out who we really are, music challenges us to look inward, deal with internal fears and obstacles, and ultimately become better people.
And better people make better friends, family, and community members… which makes a better world.
Will you join us?
The band Adrienne O headlined the Gothic Theatre in 2015, nine years after Adrienne took her first voice lesson at age 33.
The band Adrienne O headlined the Gothic Theatre in 2015, nine years after Adrienne took her first voice lesson at age 33.

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