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Jennifer W. Fort Wayne, IN

About Jennifer

Hello! I am an active operatic performer and teacher, currently residing in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. My mission as a teacher is to help students from the beginner to professional, learn to sing in a fun and enriching environment. I hold a bachelors degree from Millikin University, and have recently earned my Master's degree from Bowling Green State University. I was very involved in the opera theater programs at both universities and have performed such roles as Cherubino from the Marriage of Figaro, Mother from Little Red Riding Hood, and Fiordiligi from Mozart's "Cosi fan Tutte." As a teacher, I believe singing is an exciting journey of learning, musicianship and artistry. I have most recently taught in Jerry City, Ohio for Elmwood Jr./Sr. High School, and have also been active for the ...

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Laura C. October 23, 2012
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Extremely talented, incredible voice. Easy to work with.
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DuncanH April 21, 2011
Awesome Instructor

DEFINITELY helped me realize what problems I was having with singing and helped me overcome them. Great Instructor, would recommend to anyone interested in singing!
Mike G. Fort Wayne, IN

About Mike

*** Travel Equipment *** I am able to provide: Guitar(s), Reference Materials, Amplifiers, Recording Studio. I am mostly self sufficient and don't require students to provide anything. Several students have wanted to "test the water" before committing to buying expensive equipment and I'm understanding of that. *** Specialties *** Rock, Jazz, Fusion, Classical, Funk, Pop, Indie. Able to teach theory from basic to Professional.

James K. Huntington, IN

About James

My name is James, I am a college freshman from North Hollywood, CA attending Huntington University in Indiana and I have much experience with teaching students with numerous interests to become better at what they want to accomplish. I have volunteered in my community by donating to blood drives, food drives, worked close with my church and played for my church for services. I belonged to organizations in high school such as California Scholarship Federation in which I tutored students through the program and one on one outside of school. I also participate in an athletic sport, play piano and I love helping others. Thank you and I look forward to working with more students.

Fernando T. Fort Wayne, IN

About Fernando

Fernando T finds joy in helping artists develop the qualities and characteristics of their unique voice and stylings to express and communicate a meaningful performance every time. Fernando started his professional singing career at the age of 10, traveling the world with the American Boychoir School in Princeton, NJ. With a degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Michigan, Fernando moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where he worked as an instructor and vocal coach for the Grammy Award Winning Pacific Boychoir. He also sang professionally for ensembles such as the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Clerestory, American Bach Soloists and San Francisco Pocket Opera. As a songwriter Fernando has composed and performed music for MTV, VHI, E! and the Oxygen Network, has acted ...

Megan D. Fort Wayne, IN

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I recently graduated from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne with a bachelor’s of music in vocal performance. I have studied with Professor Julie Donnell and performed with the IPFW University Singers and Chamber Singers. I've performed numerous solos with the University Singers and Singing Dons Jazz Ensemble and has competed in competitions such as NATS, the Hoosier Auditions, and the Bach Festival in Kalamazoo. I have also performed in operas such as Die Zauberflöte as the first lady, The Merry Widow as Hannah Glavari, scene selections from Tenderland as Ma, and scene selections from The Marriage of Figaro as the Countess. My full time job at the moment includes working with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. I love being able to teach anyone how ...

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