STUDIO G, 223 South Main Street, Harrodsburg, KY 40330 | 859-734-4394
Goldie Goldsmith-Vigneri teaches voice and performance at STUDIO G, the Performing Arts place in Harrodsburg, KY. Her clients range from the very young to seniors.
Goldie specializes in bringing the shy singer into the "spotlight." Many of her clients now work professionally, and a large number have won major competitions.
But she doesn't restrict her clients to studying singing. Anyone interested in getting up in front of people and giving a report or speech, competing in a pageant or becoming a stand-up comic or actor is welcome to study and perfect their talent with her.
Goldie stresses confidence, poise and stage presence tailoring the instruction method to the needs and interest of her clients. Her methods were notice by "Voice Magazine, published in London, England.
Her clients appear in commercials for local, regional and national advertisers as well as in roles in stage and screen productions.
They compete successfully in Pageants. Miss Kentucky's Outstanding Teen 2015, Kennedy Sabharwal studied voice and pageantry with Goldie.
Goldie produces and directs many types of productions from television and radio shows, revues, fashion shows to pageants.
Goldie can be heard weekly on the radio show, "What's Happening, Goldie" which she produces. The show is recorded at STUDIO G.
She produced and directed "Frontier Tales" a historical play about the settlement of Kentucky and a fashion show to introduce Richard Simmons' new line of clothing to Central Kentucky. She was also the Executive Director of the "America Now Pageants" and the "Miss Holiday Kentucky Pageant".
Goldie is an accomplished performer in her own right.
She Sings, performs Stand-Up Comedy and Improv. She appears regularly at STUDIO G and has appeared at "Comedy Off Broadway" in Lexington, KY. She also played the female lead in "Frontier Tales".
Goldie studied voice under Ron Browning, a Nashville based vocal coach, whose clients include Alison Krauss, Wynonna Judd and Patti LaBelle, to name a few. She trained as a model in Los Angeles and learned Pageantry in New York under Ruth Tolman, founder of the World Modeling Association and author.
Before opening her own company, she worked in advertising. She organized and headed the Talent Division for "Showcase Productions", a production company based in Lexington, KY. She recruited, developed and cast talent for print and broadcast advertising. She also produced and co-wrote "ICW Wrestling', a television program syndicated, by "Showcase Productions" for wrestler "Macho Man" Randy Savage.