Mary Kay McGarvey
44-78 23rd Street, Long Island City NY, 11101
Instruments: Voice
Styles: Classical, Kids
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 30 years
Rate: $75 / hr
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Personal Statement
Singing is a freeing discipline. I use bel canto techniques, with body/breath awareness through the use of musical theater songs, Italian, French, German, Spanish and English art songs and arias. You may record your lessons for practice at home, either with a cassette tape or bring your own recording device. I can play piano, or you can bring your own accompanist.
Education / Training
Doctorate of Musical Arts from Manhattan School of Music in NYC,(Norma Newton, Cynthia Hoffman, Susan Ormont) Voice Performance, 1990; Northwestern University,IL, Bachelor of Music Education and Master of Music in Voice and Piano (Walter Carringer, Norman Gulbrandsen Pauline Lindsey); Studies in Spain, Texas, Colorado and Iowa. Performed with Dallas, Southwest Opera Theatre and Ft. Worth, directed Metro Opera in Texas; performed with Waterloo Community Theatre, Iowa; Music Barn Theatre, South Dakota; Lincoln Opera, Chicago; Chicago Symphony Chorus;


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