ETSU Music Department is pleased to host the Tennessee Chapter Fall Event of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) on Friday, October 26 and Saturday, October 27, 2012. Click the links below for more information.
If you have any questions regarding the workshop and auditions, please contact Dr. Sunny Oh, firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-439-6943.
Dr. Kathryn Green
Dr. Kathryn Green, recently sang with the Frieberg Oper Orchestra in several venues throughout Germany as the "Principessa" in Puccini's Suor Angelica. She performed the role of the "Mother" in the German premier of Maury Yeston's Nine in Berlin's leading music theater venue, Theatre des Westens. Her comedic act of the "misplaced opera Diva' was featured in the Cirque de Soleil production Pomp, Duck and Circumstance which toured throughout Europe for several years before opening in New York City and moving on to Atlanta. As a contralto, she has appeared with the Erie and Buffalo Phiharmonic singing Bach's B Minor Mass, The Magnificat, and Handel's Messiah.
She recently presented research at the Voice Foundation in Philadelphia on the changing face of college voice teaching positions. Dr. Green has presented research at the Pan European Voice Conference (PEVOC) in Dresden, Germany and several previous Voice Foundation Symposiums. She received her DMA in performance at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and received a substantial scholarship from the state of New York to research the Hymnody of the Seneca Native Americans, which became her doctoral thesis. She has been a guest clinician at Universität der Kunst Berlin and at Hochshule der Kunst Lübeck in Germany.
She has been teaching Somatic Voicework- The LoVetri Method™ for ten years and has been director of the CCM Vocal Pedagogy institute for the past seven years. Kathryn has been instrumental in developing the Doctor of Musical Arts in Vocal Pedagogy program at Shenandoah University and initiated the first Master of Music degree in CCM Voice in the United States.