Nadine Gomes

Nadine Gomes

Nadine Gomes has spent her career exploring the genres of musical theatre, jazz, and opera as a singer and voice teacher. She is a full-time Lecturer in Voice in the Theatre Conservatory in the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, where she has been on faculty since 2004.   Nadine received an M.M. in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from the Music Conservatory in CCPA at Roosevelt University, she earned a B.S. in Performance Studies from Northwestern University, and she was a Vocal Jazz Performance Major at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Her students sing on Broadway, in national tours, in regional theatres, and throughout Chicago.  


Dress for Audition Success

You’ve perfected your songs and you’re ready to sing your heart out for that audition or competition, but what should you wear? Are there different rules for opera and musical

Skills You Need for a Musical Theatre Program : Part 2

I highly recommend that MT students have at least one year of choral experience prior to applying to college programs.  There is so much ensemble singing in musical theatre and strong part

Skills You Need for a Musical Theatre Program : Part 1

Get professional vocal guidance during the audition process. Your current vocal teacher will help you understand your voice and put together a good audition package. You need another set of

Audition Tune-up: Avoiding Overdone Musical Theatre Songs

I had the immense privilege of judging the majority of the Musical Theatre rounds in this year’s CS Vocal Competition in Chicago. I heard so many impressive voices in both