- Teaches students:
- Ages 10+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- May 2016
Dominican Tenor Adriel is a student at Georgia Southern University where he is working on a Bachelor of Music Performance with Emphasis in the Voice. Adriel is a member of GSU’s premier ensemble Southern Chorale, and is part of Georgia Southern Opera, some of his previous roles include: Sir Thomas Bertram in Mansfield Park, Sir Francis Nurse in The Crucible, Leporello in Don Giovanni, Rigoletto in GSU’s production of Talk Opera, and the role of Angry Man in Steven Chatman’s Choir Practice. He is currently preparing the role of Lippo Fiorentino in Georgia Southern Opera’s production of Street Scene by Kurt Weil. Adriel has also done musical theater for 4 years and participated in the Shuler Hensley Musical Theater Awards. He just placed as a Semifinalist in NATS National Classical Singing Competition in Las Vegas, Nevada, and won First Place in the PRSSA Competition! Adriel was also recognized with the Studio Role Model Award by the Georgia Southern faculty in 2018.
As a vocal coach I specialize in teaching bel-canto style of singing, but I have also worked with more contemporary styles in the realms of musical theater. As an avid dancer and actor I also teach about portraying a message through performance and bonding with your audience. In a voice lessons with me, we will work on technique, on presentation, and the performance aspect of music.
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America (also known as Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Phi Mu Alpha, or simply Sinfonia) is an American collegiate social fraternity for men with a special interest in music. The fraternity is open to men &amp;quot;who, through a love for music, can assist in the fulfillment of [its] Object and ideals either by adopting music as a profession, or by working to advance the cause of music in America.&amp;quot;+ Read More
He was very dedicated and meticulous! helped me find a better sound by talking about space and resonance. He was great at keeping it fun and exciting to learn! I would recommend!