Longy School of Music of Bard College (1)

Fri May 24, 2024
7:30 pm EDT
Pennsylvania Room
Musical Theatre
High School
Young Artist/Emerging Pro

General Information

Resonance Strategies for Classical and MT

Sample a variety of vocal resonance strategies with voice faculty Carol Mastrodomenico to develop your best sound in both classical and musical theater repertoire.


Carol Mastrodomenico

Carol Mastrodomenico maintains an active schedule as a recitalist and guest soloist with choruses, orchestras and other chamber ensembles as well as cabaret and musical theater. Her great love for Spanish and Latin American repertoire has led her to the curation of recitals and the development new repertoire courses. She is on the faculties of Longy School of Music of Bard College, Tufts University, Dramatic Voices Program Berlin, and Lanzarote Opera Academy, teaching voice and vocal pedagogy, repertoire courses and directing opera and musicals. A champion of new music she recently commissioned, produced and directed Thomas Stumpf’s adaption of Oscar Wilde’s Nightingale and the Rose and The Happy Prince. Musical theater direction most recently includes productions of Sondheim on Sondheim, 35MM and Ordinary days as well as the development of the course Broadway: Agent of Change: She is a frequent lecturer for vocal pedagogy and particularly for the prevention, rehabilitation and reframing of vocal injury most recently with Opera Programs Berlin through the Vocal Pedagogy Symposium and online course “The Whole Instrument”.