Workshop Series for Choral and Solo Singers
Location: New School of Music
Room: Concert Room
Feb 16-Apr 27, 2014
Meets 2:00 PM-3:30 PM
Status: This class has been canceled
Do you feel your singing voice has greater potential than you can realize on your own? Would you like to know more about how your voice works and improve your singing? Here's an excellent opportunity to do just that.
"The Living Instrument and How It Works"
This series of three Sunday afternoon vocal workshops are designed to develop greater sensitivity to and confidence in your breathing, body alignment, and tone quality. Each session will include singing activities, useful information and sharing of ideas.
Workshop Dates (all Sundays) in Spring 2014:
Feb 16th, March 16th & April 27th
- Emily Romney has many years of successful experience as a professional singer, voice teacher and coach helping singers at every level to discover their vocal potential.
Instructor -- Emily Romney
B.A., Radcliffe College; M.A.T., Harvard University; Soloist Diploma, Longy School of Music of Bard College; M.M., New England Conservatory. Performances with Boston Lyric Opera, Cantata Singers, Castle Hill Festival; concerts at the Gardner Museum, National Portrait Gallery, National Cathedral. Created role of Martha Corey in Judgement at Salem; premieres of works by New England composers. Founding member: The Cambridge Quartet, Victoriania. Performances: England, France, WGBH, NPR, Voice of America. Vocal masterclasses at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama (London), Trinity College of Music (London), masterclass series in Paris: 2001-2004, and workshop shops and masterclasses in Iceland, Finland, Australia, New Zealand, and Taiwan, and the U.S. Presentations at ICVT III & ICVT V. Faculty: Longy School of Music of Bard College. Recipient of the Distinguished Alumna Award from Longy School in 2004.
With over thirty years of experience teaching singing to students of all levels, Emily Romney’s wide ranging interests and expertise involve working with conservatory vocal performance majors, adult avocational singers at all levels, and young solo singers of high school age. She also brings to her studio teaching a keen interest and broad experience in Vocal Chamber Music literature and performance, and expertise in Vocal Pedagogy. Ms. Romney has presented masterclasses and lectures in the USA, Europe and the Far East. She has performed recitals, chamber music, and opera throughout the eastern United States, England, and France. Her interest in contemporary music has led to premieres of songs, song cycles, and opera. A founding member of the Cambridge Quartet and vocalist with Victoriana, Ms. Romney has been heard on Boston’s WGBH,National Public Radio, and Voice of America. Ms. Romney is an active member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and the New York Singing Teachers Association, and serves as a frequent adjudicator for NATS song festivals an