Timothy Ayres-Kerr

Timothy A.

Quincy, MA
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Ages 10+ and special needs

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Timothy Ayres-Kerr MM is a recent graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music with degrees in Vocal Performance and pedagogy. While studying at the Conservatory he performed as a soloist in Opera, Oratorio, and discovered a particular love of English Operetta, often portraying lead tenor roles in the works of Gilbert & Sullivan—Most notably Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance. Of a recent performance of his, the Boston Musical Intelligencer noted that "He sang with purity and conviction, enunciating perfectly, and acting without a touch of guile." Tim has been writing vocal music almost as long as he has been singing, working primarily on short comic operas and songs. A Game of Werewolf, his second completed work for the stage, earned him a place in One Ounce Opera’s fresh Squeezed Ounce of Opera showcase. His scholarship and performance of the British Music Hall song “Alonzo the Brave” earned him grand prize in the Lester Levy “Save Our Songs,” competition. As a vocal instructor, Tim is committed to helping students sing sustainably and beautifully by establishing a technical foundation that supports and encourages artistry. In Tim’s studio you can expect to find a welcoming space for trying new things, singing songs that you love, and working together to find your unique voice.

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Vocal Pedagogy
Sep 2017 - May 2019
New England Conservatory of Music
Vocal Performance
Sep 2012 - May 2016
New England Conservatory of Music

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