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Jennifer Rowley

Founder, General Director, and Voice Teacher

American soprano, Jennifer Rowley, is acclaimed world wide for her unforgettable voice and remarkable stage presence in a richly varied repertoire that spans many of opera’s greatest heroines. During the past several seasons she has appeared at The Metropolitan Opera as Roxanne in Cyrano de Bergerac, Tosca, Adriana Lecouvreur, Leonora in Il Trovatore, and Musetta in La Boheme; at Opernhaus Zurich as Amelia Grimaldi in Simon Boccanegra, Teatro del Liceu in Barcelona in the title role of Aida, Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Staatsoper Berlin, and Opera National de Paris in her signature role of Leonora in Il Trovatore, the National Theatre Prague as Amelia in Un Ballo in Maschera, and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as Musetta, among many others.

On the concert stage, Ms. Rowley has performed concert performances of Tosca with the Israel Philharmonic led by maestro Zubin Mehta. She was the soprano soloist in Beethoven's colossal Missa Solemnis with the Philadelphia Orchestra both in Philadelphia at the Kimmel Center, and New York City’s Carnegie Hall, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. She was the soprano soloist for Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, Symphony of a Thousand with maestro Fabio Luisi at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, was the soprano soloist with St. Cecilia Chorus and Orchestra in Verdi’s Messa da Requiem at Carnegie Hall, and Tove in Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder with the Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado São Paulo.

A winner of many international competitions, Ms. Rowley was awarded the Richard Tucker Career Grant, was a top prize winner of the Lucia Albanese Puccini Foundation, the Gerda Lissner Foundation, the Opera Index Awards, and was a district winner of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Awards.

Ms. Rowley is highly sought after for her masterclasses and seminar series, and has been invited as a quest lecturer and master teacher for young artist programs and universities nationwide. This mentorship and joy for developing the next generation of operatic artists led her to create her summer festival, Jennifer Rowley’s Aria Bootcamp.


Rachel E. Copeland

Voice Teacher

Rachel E. Copeland continues to receive acclaim as a “revelation with her coloratura soprano leaping easily to impossible heights!” She is a sought after artist combining her crystalline voice with her compelling and energetic stage presence. Some recent highlights of Ms. Copeland's career include the Contessa in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro with Cleveland Opera Theater, Frasquita in Bizet’s Carmen with San Diego Opera, Micaela in Peter Brook's Le tragédie de Carmen with Indianapolis Opera, and Woglinde in Wagner’s Das Rheingold and first nymph in Dvorak’s Rusalka with North Carolina Opera, performances with the Brussels Chamber Orchestra in a concert of arias and duets, and Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Magic Flute with Apollo’s Fire, the Cleveland Baroque Orchestra. Other favorite performances include Ms. Copeland’s appearances as Zdenka in Strauss’s Arabella, Musetta and Mimì in La bohème, Lauretta in Puccini’s beloved Gianni Schicchi, Lucia in Donizett’s Lucia di Lammermoor, and Juliette in Gounod’s Romèo et Juliette.  Dr. Copeland is currently on the Voice Faculty at Penn State University and is the Associate Director of the School of Music.


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Hawaii Performing Arts Festival in Waimea, Hawaii

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Jason Ferrante

Voice Teacher

Recognized as one of the most sought-after American voice teachers active today, Jason Ferrante has been teaching singing and performing internationally for two decades. His students appear on the greatest operatic and concert stages of the world including the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden, Salzburg Festival, Lyric Opera of Chicago, San Francisco Opera, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall and Glyndebourne. They have been winners and participants in the Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition, the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, The George London Awards and most of the major singing competitions in the USA. He is regularly sought-out by professional singers for technical advice and by schools, opera companies and training programs for masterclasses and lessons. In 2021, Ferrante served as voice teacher and Director of the Studio for Wolf Trap Opera where he continues as voice teacher in 2023 and on the voice faculties of the training programs at Minnesota Opera, Pensacola Opera, Portland Opera, Nashville Opera and Brevard Music Center and Banff. In previous seasons, he taught for Arizona Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Virginia Opera, Michigan Opera Theatre, Kentucky Opera and Opera Omaha. He is a judge for the Metropolitan Opera Eric and Dominique Laffont Competition, the Schmidt Vocal Competition, and the National Opera Association Production Competition. Ferrante holds both Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from The Juilliard School where his primary studies were with Beverley Peck Johnson and Cynthia Hoffmann. While at Juilliard, Ferrante was nurtured by many of the finest language coaches in the singing world including Nico Castel, Thomas Grubb, Corradina Caporello, Richard Cross, and Kathryn LaBouff. His primary acting studies were with Edward Berkeley and Frank Corsaro. His further studies were at Wolf Trap, Tanglewood and Aspen as well as the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo, Japan and the University of Miami School of Music in Salzburg.

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Renée Tatum

Voice Teacher

Noted for her “commanding and dramatic presence” (Opera News), mezzo-soprano Renée Tatum continues to garner recognition in the most demanding of operatic repertoire. In the 2022-23 season, Ms. Tatum returns to the Metropolitan Opera for Maddalena in Verdi’s Rigoletto, sings Suzuki in Madama Butterfly with Palm Beach Opera, debuts her first Verdi Requiem with the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra and MIT, sings a recital with pianist Eileen Downey and the Needham Concert Society, Mozart’s Missa Brevis and Vesperae solennes de confessore with the Masterworks Chorale, Maddalena in Rigoletto with The Rochester Philharmonic and ends the season as the soloist in a world premiere with the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra. She also joins Varna International as a faculty voice teacher and presents a masterclass for The Boston Wagner Institute. Future seasons include Flosshilde and Waltraute in Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen in concert with The Dallas Symphony, Verdi's Requiem, Dame Quickly in Verdi's Falstaff and engagements with the Metropolitan Opera. Last season, Ms. Tatum made her Atlanta Opera debut as Cornelia in Giulio Cesare, followed by a recital with the Boston Artists Ensemble. Later in the season, she debuted Fricka in Das Rheingold with Nashville Opera and Margret in Wozzeck with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She also continued her long relationship with The Metropolitan Opera in their new production of Rigoletto and Ariadne auf Naxos. Ms. Tatum’s relationship with The Met spans 11 years and has included nearly 100 performances including Fenena in Nabucco, 3rd Lady and 2nd Lady in The Magic Flute, Emilia in Otello, Inez in Il Trovatore, Adonella in Francesca da Rimini, and Waltraute and Flosshilde in Robert LePage’s Der Ring des Nibelungen.


Ms. Tatum is holds degrees from The Juilliard School, Manhattan School of Music and California State University Fullerton. She is an alumna of San Francisco Opera’s Adler Fellowship as well as graduate of The Metropolitan Opera Lindemann Young Artists’ Program. Ms. Tatum has taught through Harvard University’s Office of the Arts and was a Visiting Artist in Residence for The Longy School of Music in Boston in 2020-21. She is an Assistant Professor of Voice at The University of Tennessee and maintains a private voice studio in the Boston area.


Gregory Buchalter

Musical Coach/Conductor

Gregory Buchalter is currently Music Director of Varna International where he is about to conduct the Verdi Requiem, Street Scene and other concerts. He is a regular conductor with Florida Grand Opera where he recently conducted A Streetcar Named Desire and Tosca. He also regularly conducts at Opera Orlando, Vero Beach Opera and the South Florida Symphony. He has been on the music staff of the Metropolitan Opera for many years and has conducted at the Vienna Volksoper, Savonlinna Festival, Los Angeles Opera, and the Spoleto Festival. He has been Artistic Director of Opera Fairbanks and Music Director of Opera Las Vegas.

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Keith Chambers

Musical Coach/Conductor

Conductor Keith Chambers has led over 160 performances of nearly 60 different operas for The Dallas Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Opera Orlando, Amarillo Opera, Shreveport Opera, Asheville Lyric Opera, among others.  The Founder & Artistic Director of NYC-based concert opera company New Amsterdam Opera, his performance of La favorita was named Best Opera in Concert in the United States for 2018 by noted WQXR opera blogger Fred Plotkin.  A former assistant to noted conductors Patrick Summers and Emmanuel Villaume, he has been on music staff at New York City Opera, The Dallas Opera, Seattle Opera, Florida Grand Opera YAP, On Site Opera, Toledo Opera, and Crested Butte Music Festival, among others.  For six seasons, Mr. Chambers was Director of the Young Artist Program for Opera New Jersey. He recently co-founded an artist management agency in New York City called New Classical Artist Management.


Recent conducting engagements include Don Giovanni for both Indianapolis Opera and Furman University, Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi at Vienna Kammeroper, La bohème for Florida State University, Die Zauberflöte for West Texas A&M University, Hamlet for Opera Ithaca, Rigoletto for Teatro Lirico d'Europa, Un giorno di regno for Opera Orlando, and I Vespri Siciliani and La Dame Blanche for New Amsterdam Opera.  Upcoming engagements include Hänsel und Gretel for Temple University, Die Zauberflöte for Manhattan Opera Studio, and Lucrezia Borgia for New Amsterdam Opera.  

Mr. Chambers also maintains a strong presence as a coach and conductor in New York City.


Ksenia Leletkina

Czech and Russian Diction
Musical Coach

Russian born pianist Ksenia Leletkina enjoys a vigorous career as a vocal coach. She is currently on staff of Palm Beach Opera as a Principal Coach and The Metropolitan Opera. Her other engagements have included Eastman School of Music, Opera Naples, The Renata Scotto Opera Program, summer programs Si Parla, Si Canta and Villa Nigra Opera Festival in Miasino, Italy.

A published author, Ms. Leletkina specializes in Russian diction and repertoire and has an exclusive contract with Leyerle Publication as author of transliterations and translations of Russian vocal literature. She co-authored an Anthology of Russian Song with Benton Hess, and currently is working on the next of the series of Libretti of Russian Operas.

Enjoying an occasional time on a podium, Ms. Leletkina spent the last two summers as a conductor at the Kenosha Opera Summer Festival, where she conducted a production of Donizetti’s La Fille du Régiment and most Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia.

Ms. Leletkina holds a Doctor of Music in Accompanying and Chamber Music from the Eastman School of Music and a Master’s Degree in Piano Performance and Collaborative Piano from the Cleveland Institute of Music

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Jessé Martins

Musical Coach/Conductor

Jessé Martins is a conductor, pianist, and voice coach who has extensive experience working with all types of singers from children to experienced professionals in his native Brazil, New Zealand, and now the Sarasota Opera and area. Maestro Martins was the Director of the Studio Artists and served as understudy conductor for Cimarosa’s Il matrimonio segreto, Mozart’s Don Giovanni, and Massenet’s Therésè in Sarasota Opera’s 2022-2023 Season. Since joining the music staff of Sarasota Opera in 2011 as Youth Opera Music Director and Music Administrator, he has been integrally involved in all aspects of the company’s music-making. He conducted Donizetti’s The Daughter of the Regiment, Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, Mozart’s The Magic Flute, the world premiere of Rachel J. Peters’ Rootabga Country, the U.S. premiere of Dean Burry’s The Secret World of Og, Britten’s The Little Sweep, Dean Burry’s The Hobbit, Krása’s Brundibár and was the associate conductor for the world premiere of Daron Hagen’s Little Nemo in Slumberland. He was also the understudy conductor for Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia, L’italiana in Algeri, and La scala di seta, Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Eugene D’Albert’s Tiefland, Catalani’s La Wally, and Pergolesi’s La Serva Padrona.


Susan Woodruff Versage

Musical Coach

Susan Woodruff Versage, pianist, received her musical training at the Ohio State University and the University of Illinois with John Wustman.  An experienced recital accompanist, Ms. Versage pursued her career in Europe where she worked with opera companies in Zürich, Lucerne and Neuchatel, Switzerland.  In the United States, Ms. Versage was coach/accompanist for the Houston Grand Opera, the Spoleto Festival, the Kennedy Center, Minnesota Opera, Tulsa Opera, Glimmerglass and Senior Assistant Conductor at the New York City Opera.  Her academic credits include teaching at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota and the Konservatorium und Musikhochschule in Zürich, Switzerland. 

In addition, Ms. Versage was Assistant Professor in the Opera and Vocal Coaching Departments at Mannes College, the New School for Music.  Recently relocated to Florida, Ms. Versage has been named pianist for the Choral Artists of Sarasota under the direction of Dr. Joseph Holt.

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Scott Skiba


Award-winning Stage Director Scott Skiba has led 80+ new productions with companies including Indianapolis Opera, Mobile Opera, Opera Grand Rapids, Pensacola Opera, Opera Tampa, and Toledo Opera earning recognition for his imaginative stage direction and dynamic physical approach to storytelling that is “masterful…ingenious…first-rate...vivid and emotionally charged" .  Scott serves as Executive Artistic Director, Cleveland Opera Theater; Production Director, Opera Western Reserve; Acting and Movement Instructor, Music Across the Pond, and Assistant Artistic Director, Hawaii Performing Arts Festival.  Scott is a pioneer in producing interdisciplinary collaborations in alternative and site-specific venues. Scott devised and directed multiple projects to continue artistic collaboration throughout the pandemic including Opera ON DEMAND for the Curtis Institute of Music, A Taste of Traviata, a cinematic adaptation of La Traviata and Romeo + Juliet, a reimagined telling of Shakespeare’s play and Gounod’s opera for Opera Western Reserve; and Operas in Place, nine new short operas by World-renowned composers and librettists in collaboration with Baldwin Wallace Conservatory, Cleveland Opera Theater, and On Site Opera in NYC.  A proponent of new opera, Scott launched {NOW} Fest, Cleveland Opera Theater's annual festival to create, develop, and produce new opera, serves on the Chamber Opera Composition Committee for the National Opera Association (NOA), and collaborates to develop and premiere 18 new operas and counting.  An advocate of arts education, Scott serves as Director of Opera Studies for Baldwin Wallace Conservatory, where under his direction the program has been the recipient of The American Prize for Opera Performance, and The Charles Nelson Reilly Prize in Stage Direction, and 1st Place in the NOA Collegiate Opera Production Competition.  Other academic directing credits include University of Tennessee Opera Theater, University of Texas at Rio Grand Valley, Oberlin Opera Theater, Martina Arroyo's Role Preparation Program at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, and Interlochen Opera Theater. Previous appointments include Executive Director of the Oberlin in Italy opera training program, Instructor of Voice and Opera Theater, Interlochen Arts Academy; and Associate Instructor of Voice, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. 

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Lucy Tucker Yates

Italian Diction

In November 2022 Miss Yates made her Lincoln Center debut as maestro al cembalo for Rossini's Maometto II with Teatro Nuovo. In 2020 she joined LA's The Industry on keyboards for Sweet Land (Du Yun/Raven Chacon) and was made a company member. In 2018 she made her conducting debut as maestro al cembalo at Seattle Opera with the "extremely inventive" O+E (Gluck/Calzabigi 1762 Orfeo ed Euridice), in an "elegantly poetic" English version she created. In 2014 she made her Rossini Opera Festival debut as onstage continuo fortepianist and assistant conductor to Will Crutchfield in Mario Martone's staging of Aureliano in Palmira.

Miss Yates first drew international attention as Violetta in a 2002 Franco Zeffirelli production of La traviata (Teatro Verdi di Busseto) and as Monica in The Medium at Spoleto under Gian Carlo Menotti's direction. Critics called her Gilda “perfect” (Piedmont), her Beatrice di Tenda “dazzling” (Fletcher), and her Fiordiligi “deliciously feminine” (Aldeburgh). She appeared as Nedda in Pagliacci at Sarasota Opera and as Rosina in Il barbiere di Siviglia with the Opera Company of North Carolina.

Through twenty years of playing, coaching, and writing alongside Will Crutchfield for Bel Canto at Caramoor and Teatro Nuovo (where she is now Director of Language Studies), Miss Yates has emerged as a cogent and lyrical translator and teacher of Italian grammar and poetry. She has served as dramaturg, titlist, and coach for the New York City Opera. She has taught and coached for over a decade for dell'Arte Opera Ensemble under Christopher Fecteau. She has given master class series on the history of the Italian poetic tradition for Portland Opera and on the mechanics of Italian verse for Fort Worth Opera. She is a Lecturer in Opera in the Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA.

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Richard Ollarsaba

Auditioning in Europe

Mexican-American bass-baritone, Richard Ollarsaba, praised by The Washington Post for his“meltingly smooth bass-baritone” and for “evoking a young Ruggero Raimondi in looks and manner”, represented the USA in the 2019 BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition, was a member of the Ryan Opera Center at Lyric Opera of Chicago and a grand finalist in the 2013 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. This season he will reprise the roles of Escamillo in Carmen with Opera Columbus, Count Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro with Portland Opera and Piedmont Opera, and the title role in Don Giovanni with Inland Northwestern Opera and Arizona Opera. He will also make his role debut as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor with Pensacola Opera.

Previous credits include the title role in Don Giovanni with Opera Hong Kong, Opera Grand Rapids, Opera Carolina, and Lyric Opera of Chicago stepping-in to the role on hours’ notice, Escamillo in Carmen with the Glimmerglass Festival, Portland Opera, Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Kentucky Opera, Minnesota Opera, North Carolina Opera, and Tulsa Opera, in Le nozze di Figaro in the role of Figaro with New Zealand Opera and Minnesota Opera and in the role of Count Almaviva with Virginia Opera and Knoxville Opera.

In addition to performances on the operatic stage, Mr. Ollarsaba appears regularly in concert and recital. Fall ’22 he premiered the self-curated recital “Neighbors Abroad, Family At Home” highlighting composers from Mexico and the USA. Concert credits include Bernstein’s Songfest with the Ravinia Festival, bass soloist in Verdi’s Requiem with the Master Chorale of South
Florida and the Salisbury Symphony, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Macon Symphony Orchestra and Master Chorale of South Florida, and Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy in his debut with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood. That concert was a gala celebration of the venerable festival’s 75th birthday and was telecast nationally on PBS.


François Germain

French and German Diction
Musical Coach

Originally from Aix-en-Provence, France, Pianist and vocal coach François Germain has performed extensively in Europe, the United States and Canada as soloist and accompanist. A native French and German speaker, he specializes in French and German vocal repertoire and diction.

Currently on the Faculty of the Cleveland Institute of Music as vocal coach and Managing Director of Opera, he is also on the music staff of the Semperoper in Dresden, Germany, where he coaches new French language productions. As a lyric diction specialist, he is a founder and editor of The Diction Police, a leading multimedia language resource for classical singers.

For the past fifteen years, Dr. Germain has also been on the Faculty of the University of Miami Frost School of Music Summer Program in Salzburg, Austria, one of Europe's longest running and most respected programs of its kind for singers and vocal pianists.

In addition to his performance and teaching activities, Dr. Germain holds a master's degree in political science from the Institut d’Études Politiques (Sciences-Po).

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Annie Calvaneso

Body Work/Movement

Annie Calvaneso is a serial entrepreneur and opera singer.  She is passionate about working with singers to better their lifestyles through both fitness and business. Her work includes founding the Strength for Singers program (presented at the University of Michigan, New York Dramatic Voices,, and now - Aria Bootcamp), helping 70+ fellow singers start businesses, and helping larger mission-based businesses such as Manhattan Grant Writers scale.

Through her Strength for Singers online course and workshops (developed in 2016), she has worked with hundreds of singers around the world to gain body awareness, strength, and confidence. As a singer, she regularly performs with Detroit Opera and Toledo Opera.


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Martha Collins

English Language Repertoire Specialist
Stage Director

Martha Collins, the Director of Education at Sarasota Opera, has a long association with the company, having first joined in 2004 as a stage director for the Apprentice Artists program.  She has since directed over 20 mainstage productions, including Dialogues of the Carmelites (2017), Nabucco (2019), Romeo and Juliet (2020), and most recently was stage director of Ernani for the 2023 Opera Festival. She has directed the annual Sarasota Youth Opera production every year since 2005, including Rootabaga Country (2017) and Brundibar (2019) and next season will direct The Little Sweep by Benjamin Britten. She has also directed at numerous other organizations including Tri-Cities Opera, Opera Southwest, New York University, and New England Conservatory. She has extensive teaching credits, including New York University, Swarthmore College, Brevard Music Center, and the Florence Voice Seminar in Italy.


Born in Ottawa, Ms. Collins gained much acclaim in Canada as both a concert and operatic performer. She has appeared with the Canadian Opera Company, Festival Ottawa, Vancouver Opera, Calgary Opera, Opera Lyra and Toronto’s Opera in Concert. In 1985 she was a finalist in the prestigious BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, and in 1986 she was chosen to perform for Prince Charles and Princess Diana at the opening gala of the World’s Fair in Vancouver, British Columbia. On the silver screen, Ms. Collins appeared in the 1987 Norman Jewison film “Moonstruck,” in the role of Mimi.

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SimplySing Studios
Hannah and Drew Bullock

 Recording Team

Hannah Bullock of SimplySing Studios is an audio engineer turned opera singer growing her expertise in navigating all sides of the classical music industry. As a graduate of Capital University’s Music Technology program, Ms. Bullock is trained in studio engineering, audio for video, film score, and other production skills. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, she decided to further her passion for singing by pursuing a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from Ohio University. Since then, Ms. Bullock has made her professional debut as a singer in fall 2019 as the soprano soloist in both Opera Columbus' concert series The Voice of Freedom: Civil Rights and in Opera Project Columbus’ I Too Sing America. Other recent engagements include Bess (Porgy and Bess) with Opera for Peace Academy Rome, Micaela (Carmen) with Camerata Bardi, and Hanna Glawari (The Merry Widow) with Opera Project Columbus.

Drew Bullock of SimplySing Studios has worked as a professional audio engineer for the past 20+ years. Mr. Bullock has had the pleasure of working with thousands of artists and musicians on a variety of creative projects. While music production has been his core passion, over the years Mr. Bullock expanded his skill set to include audio for video, video production, and photography. In 2011, he started a content creation company that primarily serves both large and small brands spanning multiple sectors. From eBay, Neutrogena, and GNC to Victoria's Secret, American Eagle, and Blue Origin, companies have relied on his studio to create compelling content to grow their brand.

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Chris Kelly
The Musical Athlete

Body Work/Movement

Chris Kelly possesses a Masters Degree in Journalism from Columbia University and a Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of South Florida. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the NSCA and has completed education from systems such as Functional Range Conditioning, Postural Restoration Institute, Bill Hartman’s Intensive and Neurokinetic Therapy. 

As the co-owner of the Musical Athlete, a physical preparation and performance company for vocalists, Chris uses biomechanical principles to help vocalists move, breath and perform better while gaining a new understanding of their body. He is passionate about helping singers support the vocal mechanism by training the body and the breath holistically.

In his role as a teacher, Chris has educated hundreds of fitness trainers, physical therapists, massage therapists and personal trainers in topics such as movement screening, rehabilitative core training, exercise prescription/modification and much more.

The Musical Athlete offers one on one training, movement consultations and group training for singers as well as a mentorship program for teachers or anyone seeking to learn more about the biomechanics of the ribcage, pelvis and breathing as they apply to training to support the vocal mechanism.

For more information, check out @the.musical.athlete on Instagram or contact

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