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You’ve waited patiently and we are now LIVE and ready for you to register for the PEDAGOGY OF MUSICAL THEATRE AND COMMERCIAL MUSIC teleconference class at the University of Mobile and Alabama School of the Arts!
The class will be live beginning the week of January 14, 2019 at 9:30 am on Tuesday/Thursday.
If you’re unable to sign in for the live feed you can view all lectures and discussions in the video archive.
There is a credit and non-credit (audit) option available.
For registration information you can call Alabama College for Professional and Continuing Studies at 251.442.2727 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us in January for a semester of learning and discovery in the 21st century classroom at ASOTA and the University of Mobile.
Check out PedagogyofStyle.com!
If you’ve enjoyed a moment of my teaching, workshops or performing then you’re going to love this site. It not only features opportunities involving my activities, but the entire talented team of teachers involved in the Pedagogy of Style workshops and conferences.
Yes, we have a team and we call them the TRIBE! This group of highly talented master teachers who share a passion for teaching and investing in the future of performers will be featured in teaching videos, master classes and workshops throughout the United States each year AND YOU CAN ONLY FIND THIS INFORMATION ON OUR NEW WEBSITE!
Visit www.pedagogyofstyle.com for details and stay tuned for information about our Pedagogy of Style Conferences. This conference will feature sessions on musical theatre technique and other stylistic forms of singing, as well as an auditions workshop and teacher sessions. We will also have a choral and instrumental conference held in conjunction with the vocal conference! There will be something for all. Visit http://www.pedagogyofstyle.com for more.
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"I have had the pleasure of taking part in Dr. Kyle’s Command Performance workshop and classical singing master classes. Having taught for over twenty years and attended dozens of these types of events, I can honestly say that I have never been in a more effective class . The depth of information and dynamic approach to teaching kept all those in attendance riveted for over six hours and eager for more. She has an approach to teaching that is clearly scientifically and pedagogically sound. Yet, she is able to describe this approach to both classical singing and musical theatre techniques in a creative way that students and teachers at all levels can comprehend and immediately apply to their performances. She is one of a handful of music educators in voice I consider a master teacher. The list of her successful students performing around the world and in faculty positions across the country is most impressive. I have sent a dozen of my students to study with her and pursue advanced degrees in voice. Their experience under her direction has been extraordinary."
- Dr. Anthony Offerle
Artistic Director / Operafestival di Roma
Associate Professor of Voice / Director of Opera University of Florida School of Music
"There are many knowledgeable teachers of singing, but it is rare to find one who teaches from the heart like Maryann Kyle. Her ability to connect with students through teaching helps them to unlock their potential as an artist like no other."
- Dr. Beth Everett
Associate Professor of Music / Director of Choral Activities
LaGrange College, LaGrange, GA
"In musical theatre, the industry looks for a triple threat performer. In Dr. Maryann Kyle, one finds a triple threat Artist: teacher/singer/mentor. Dr. Kyle encompasses the skills to teach and produce performers of the highest calibre, present repertoire in genres spanning Bach to Broadway and provide a learning environment for many to call "home". "
- Dr. Corey Trahan
Assistant Professor / Director of Music Theatre Northwestern State University, Nachitoches, LA
"Maryann Kyle practices what she preaches more than any other teacher I've worked with. She constantly experiments with her voice to discover healthier, more artistically truthful, ways to sing, and subsequently, ways to teach. The more she experiments with her voice, the more effective her teaching is. She is able to both sing and teach across a myriad of styles and genres. When I came to her, I felt like I was boxed into a limited set of technical tools. After studying with her, I now feel free to sing and teach much more than just classical music. She freed me to be the artist and teacher I knew I always wanted to be. Her teaching and singing are an inspiration to everyone she works with. It is a privilege to know her."
- Cody Laun
BM, Colorado State University / MM, University of Florida / ABD, University of Southern Mississippi / Visiting Professor of Voice, Colorado State University / Adjunct Professor of Voice, Front Range Community College, Des Moines Metro Opera, Mobile Opera, MS Opera, Emerald City Opera, Opera Fort Collins
Dr. Kyle's method of teaching voice has inspired both my teaching and my singing. Her clear analysis of how the voice functions takes the guesswork out of the voice, leaving only a clear roadmap to success.
- Dr. Stefan Gordon
Assistant Professor of Voice / Northwestern State University, Louisiana
Dr. Kyle is an amazing woman, mentor and brilliant pedagogue, de-mystifying the mechanics of singing. Her method is simple, intuitive and extremely effective. Through her connectivity, empathy and knowledge, Dr. Kyle is truly a masterful and inspiring teacher.
- Michelle Lange
Instructor of Voice / Northwestern State Univerisity, Louisiana
"Maryann Kyle teaches not just with energy and imagination, both of which she has in abundance, but with a commitment to the complete singer actor – voice, body, breath, character, color, shape, style. She ties it all together, giving the student the language and confidence to be a better singer technically and inhabit a fully realized character simultaneously."
- Paul Houghtaling, DMA
Associate Professor and Director of OperaDirector / The Druid City Opera WorkshopPresident-Elect / National Opera Association (NOA) 2016-2018