Christy Turnbow

Christy Turnbow

  Christy Turnbow is currently teaching at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and has taught at Montclair State University, Penn State University, and Brigham Young University. She earned an MFA in musical theater voice teaching from Penn State University and a BM from Brigham Young University in vocal performance and pedagogy. She has been seen in leading roles in regional music theatre productions and national tours.


Crossover Corner : In the Room Where it Happens

Get an inside view of what casting directors are actually wanting from auditionees.

Crossover Corner : How to Cut a Song for an Audition

Thoughtfully prepare each audition cut by demonstrating strong storytelling and musicianship.

Crossover Corner : Audition Accompanists Give Advice

Find out what accompanists expect from you at your next musical theatre audition.

Crossover Corner : What Should I Sing at My Audition?

Rather than forcing yourself to be something you think auditioners want to see, show them exactly who you really are.  

Crossover Corner : Musical Theater Auditions 101

The audition experience varies widely from classical to crossover styles. Find out what you need to know about the musical theatre audition process here. 

Crossover Corner : Belt, Mix, and Legit - Three Little Words Used So Many Ways

Confused about the terminology used in musical theatre vocal styles? Find answers and clarification here. 

Crossover Corner : Seven Questions to Consider

Are you wondering about the logistics or process of crossing over into musical theatre from the classical world? The first segment of this new Classical Singer column aims to answer many of these questions and brings to light other questions you might not have already considered.