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Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Songwriting, Speaking Voice
Hello! I'm Justin, a classically trained Baritone with an emphasis in opera and art song. I have earned my Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point, and my Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Minnesota. In Stevens Point I sang the roles of Papageno in The Magic Flute, Marcello in La Boheme, Judge Turpin in Sweeney Todd, and Marco in Gianni Schicchi. As part of the University of Minnesota Opera Theater I have covered Ford in Falstaff, and performed Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. My recital appearances most recently include Robert Schumann’s Liederkreis Op. 24, Modest Mussorgsky’s Songs and Dances of Death, and multiple performances of Franz Schubert’s Die Winterreise in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. I have been a Studio Artist for the critically acclaimed Mill City Summer Opera for two consecutive seasons. My responsibilities as an SA include covering roles, singing in the chorus, participation in an opera scenes program, and leading a series of Opera Enrichment classes at the Lundstrum Center for Performing Arts. I am a member of the Minnesota Opera Chorus, this being my first season with the company. I am the Bass Section Leader at Central Presbyterian Church in St. Paul, MN.
Alongside my passion for singing, I am an avid composer. I have completed a wide variety of pieces, from full orchestral works to string quartets, from 12-part choral pieces to art songs. Notable compositions include: Joys and Woes, a song cycle for Soprano; Charlotte, a song cycle for Soprano; Canticle No.1 for SATB chorus, which was marked for consideration at the UW-Stevens Point Choral Composition Competition; and the in-progress work for ensemble and voice titled “Sketches”.
I have been teaching voice for 5 years now, and have taught students ages 7-70, so I know first hand that it is never too early or too late to start singing! I have prepared students for auditions, recitals, and for just plain fun. I teach with confidence so you can sing with confidence, and I have found that it works wonders.
Singing, Broadway Singing, Improv Acting, Music Performance, Opera Voice, Songwriting, Speaking Voice
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My name is Arlys, and my vocal exploration began at age three singing solos at church. As a teenager, I performed with the concert choir and madrigal singers under the tutelage of Hal Wildung, a teacher who affected me so deeply with his love of classical choral music that it changed my life, although I wouldn’t realize it until much later. As a young artist, I wrote, sang and performed with numerous original rock, pop, funk & blues bands; simultaneously acting, singing, dancing or choreographing stage musicals.
Early on in my career I was lucky enough to get a private session with Jeannette LoVetri who first introduced me to Alexander Technique exercises that I use to this day. Then, through overwork & improper vocal techniques I destroyed my voice. With the help of professional classical vocal instructor Bonnie Faber, I began the long process of rebuilding my voice from the ground up. My blessed teacher encouraged me endlessly, showing interest in how my dance background influenced my training, my posture and understanding of the exercises presented.
Ms. Faber noted my passion and desire to comprehend and translate classical singing practices and more importantly how they applied to all styles of music. She encouraged me, in turn, to begin coaching others. To that end I wound up studying with her for 6 years.
In 2000, I moved to Los Angeles and continued diversifying my voice and my training as a voice coach working briefly with Kathryn Grimm and Darlene Koldenhoven, and eventually studying Italian bel canto techniques with Linda Mitchell, rediscovering my classical voice by singing opera arias for the first time, and with a new found coloratura soprano range. The voice is such an amazing instrument, and because of its personal nature it can also be the most challenging.
My teaching style is infused with the knowledge that students of voice must be treated with great care, love and encouragement. Between performing and my own artistic studies, I have been teaching privately for over 15 years, mostly via referrals from other students, and substituting for my voice teacher at Culver City and Santa Monica Music Schools. After 12 years in Los Angeles, I have relocated back to my hometown of Minneapolis to guide other explorers to free their voices.
Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Recording, Speaking Voice
I have been singing for a long time – almost two decades – I have toured internationally, sung background, done studio work, recorded CDs … you name it I've sung it. I have also worked with a variety of bands, gospel choirs and singing ensembles in workshops and studio sessions.
I am a professional singer with two music degrees who released my latest album in 2010 and currently performs nationally.
I have taught privately for many years in a number of cities, New York, London and currently in the Twin Cities. When working with my students, I am a gentle taskmaster committed to helping you sing your best. My lessons focus on helping singer/songwriters build strong, healthy voices.
Let me teach you how to:
• Stop losing your voice
• Increase your usable vocal range
• Eliminate vocal breaks or gaps
• Feel confident and prepared
• Learn how to make your songs work for you
I sing and teach in contemporary styles.
I look forward to singing with you.
Guitar, Piano, Singing, Broadway Singing, Classical Guitar, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Songwriting
I studied voice at McPhail Center for the Arts in high school. I
studied piano, voice, guitar at Augsburg college. I performed in
musicals, small ensembles. I write my own music and have performed it
around town for years. I have sung in bands and solo. I recorded two
CD's with my original music. My original songs are eclectic and contain
jazz, blues, folk, country, and soft rock songs. I love music theory
and writing. I taught at Mars music until it closed, then taught
at Minnesota School of Music for a couple of years. Then moved my
students to my home, where I have been teaching for the last
eight years. I teach all ages. My piano students perform in
music auditions like "The Guild", my guitar students have performed in
school concerts and talent shows, my vocal students have performed in
musicals, and solos in their choirs. One of my adult vocal students
went on to perform main stage at WE FEST and recorded a CD in Nashville,
another adult student is touring around the U.S. she recorded three
excellent CD's. Other adult students perform around town. And of
course some of my adults just learn to play for themselves. I teach all
styles of music.
Basic Math, Elementary Math, Singing, Broadway Singing, English, History, Music Performance, Music Theory, Opera Voice, Reading, Speaking Voice
Hello and welcome to my profile! My name is Brennan, and singing is my life. I am an opera singer (a mezzo-soprano to be precise) and a Masters student at the University of Minnesota. Because I have been studying classical voice for almost 11 years and music in general for 16 years, I know what it takes to improve singing technique and musical skills necessary to be a great musician. As a regular performer, I also know what it takes to get over stage fright and performance anxiety, how to really capture an audience, and how to improvise on the spot when something goes wrong.
While I was earning my Bachelor's Degree in Music at Pepperdine University, I also worked as a Music Theory tutor, so I have no problem teaching the basics to even the most beginner students. In fact, I love it!. If you want to sing in styles other than opera, that's great! I also perform cabaret, rock, Broadway, and pop music in my spare time, and I love any chance to delve into other kinds of music.
If you are here for speaking voice or public speaking lessons, have no fear, I can help you as well. As a performer, I often have to speak and sing in front of large crowds in many different settings. I can help you overcome stage fright, teach you how to project your voice, give helpful tips and tricks for public speaking, and teach you how to write and give an effective presentation.
For those who need help with Tonal Music Theory, look no further. I was one of two Music Theory tutors for two years at Pepperdine University. It was my job to help fellow students with homework, hold tutoring lessons, and teach aural skills.
In case you wanted to know, here are some of the roles I have played:
Rosina in "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" by Rossini, Hermia in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by Britten (2013), Margaret Page in "Falstaff" by Verdi (2012), Jo March in "Little Women" by Adamo (2011), Second Woman in "Dido and Aeneas" by Purcell (2012), Third Spirit in "The Magic Flute" by Mozart, Gloria in "Thoroughly Modern Mille" by Tesori and the Stepmother in "Into the Woods" by Sondheim. I have also been a chorus member in many other shows, including "Sweeny Todd" by Sondheim and "La Boheme" by Puccini.
Singing, Broadway Singing, Music Performance, Music Recording, Opera Voice, Songwriting, Speaking Voice
I have done major broadway musicals as well as have performed with American Idol stars and trained with Grammy Award winning producers.
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
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"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."