Saki Inoue

Owner / Voice Teacher

Educator, singer, actress, and founder of SAKI Vocal Studio, Soprano, Saki Inoue (M.M. Vocal Performance and Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy) is an experienced voice teacher. She was previously Adjunct Faculty at New York University’s Steinhardt School and Voice Center (Langone Medical Center) where holds the thriving, renowned Vocal Pedagogy program. In addition to NYU, she has taught at Musika and Studio Music Works. Saki maintains a very active and international private voice studio filled with singers from various musical genres.

Her students regularly perform in many theaters and venues throughout the world. Saki is a proud member of National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and New York Singing Teacher's Association (NYSTA). She also holds a 200 hour certification in Vinyasa yoga.


As a performer, Saki has sung nationally and internationally in musical theater, concerts, and recitals. She has performed in NYC theaters such as Guys and Dolls (Frederick Loewe Theatre), Jane Eyre (Provincetown Playhouse), and Dogfight (Black Box Theatre). In Tokyo, Saki has performed voiceovers for TV programs and commercials such as Why Did You Come to Japan? (TV Tokyo) and NEXT Documentary: Syrian Refugees (NHK World). 


As a teacher, Saki has dedicated to help her students unlock their potential and develop an understanding of sustainable and communicative voice production process.