Teed at Carnegie Hall

May 11th, 2012  |  Published in What's New?

On January 18, Professor Pamela Teed made her debut at New York’s Carnegie Hall. The head of Cambrian’s voice department was one of a dozen young voice professionals selected to attend the Weill Music Institute for an intensive week-long festival.  “I was one of the lucky few chosen for this opportunity,” said Teed. “In New York, I performed in a public master class led by Graham Johnson, who’s an expert in the field of art song literature, and I had some private coaching with the incomparable Warren Jones.” Teed also had a career advising session with Marilyn Horn, and attended a recital and master class with soprano Renée Fleming. Attending the prestigious festival was extremely valuable to Teed, who said, “I need to nurture my own singing and vocal career if I’m going to be the best teacher I can be.  It’s crucial that I continue to grow as a performer and to continue to learn, so that I can lead by example.”

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