Classical music is full of drama, from new love and the dawning of spring to spiraling into madness and despair, not to mention murders and weddings and supernatural visitors.
How can we as singers serve this drama? How can we create characters as real as ourselves?
Meaghan Boeing, educated in both classical music and classical acting, has a passion for performing and teaching, and shares with her students the tools necessary to create believable characters and exciting performances.
“Meaghan is such a pleasure to work with. She provides the singer with the resources to bridge their voice with their intention for each song. She helped me to be specific in my storytelling while also giving me the space to explore numerous narratives. Our time together has been empowering and crucial to my character development and art song performance.”
– Carli Mazich-Addice, opera singer –
“Meaghan came to present a workshop with the Ithaca Children and Youth Chorus (ICYC). It was a transformative day for us, as my singers were immediately able to pick up and use the tools of expression Meaghan so cleverly laid before them. Her exercises are simple in design but rich with potential for exploration. Our only regret was that we didn’t have another rehearsal to go further with her!”
– Katie O’Connor Ballantyne, Music Educator, Composer, Choral Clinician,
Associate Music Editor of Choral & Classroom Publications at Alfred Music Publishing –
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