- Teaches students:
- Ages 5 to 50
- Teaching since:
- August 2014
Jake T earned his Bachelor’s of Music in Vocal Performance from California State University, Long Beach in 2014. While studying there, he sang Bass 2 in the Chamber Choir. During his four years at CSULB, he studied classical voice under Dr. Steven Kronauer, and was awarded an Outstanding Vocalist award upon graduating. In addition to his classical and jazz experience, Jake also joined the 2 time International Champion Barbershop Chorus and 2009 Pavarotti Trophy Winners, The Westminster Chorus, where he currently serves as the assistant Bass Section Leader. Jake not only has chorus experience, but is also the bass of 2013 International Collegiate Champion quartet, The Newfangled Four, traveling around the world to perform for die-hard fans of harmony like himself. Jake resides in Long Beach, and currently works as a vocal coach and assistant director for The Young Men’s Ensemble in Pasadena, and as a section leader/soloist at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.+ Read More
Assistance with vocal coaching, leading sectional rehearsals, leading rehearsals, bringing musical issues to the attention of the director.
Acting as one of 4 section leaders in the bass section
I perform as one of six members in downtown Disney, im an a cappella group. We sing jazz, Disney, and pop songs!
Taught private voice lessons to high school male students. demonstrated and taught healthy performance technique, as well as practice habits.
Acted as the section leader in the church choir. Duties included: Leading sectionals, diagnosing singing issues, taking solos when needed during services.
I have known Jake for several years and have worked with him as a singer on many occasions. He is a consummate professional and takes the voice and musicality very seriously while still bringing his joy and passion into everything he does. I would certainly recommend him as a teacher to any student, as his high level of knowledge, artistry, and dedication to the craft are a good lesson for us all.+ Read More