Natalie Wilson


Music Theory I & II


wilsonNatalie Wilson holds a Masters Degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Colorado, and her performing career included such diverse roles as the title role in Carmen, Sesto in La Clemenza di Tito, and Desiree in A Little Night Music. In 20 years of teaching, both privately and at colleges and universities, Natalie has taught vocal technique, sight-singing/ear-training, music theory, and music history. Her voice students perform professionally on national tours, Off-Broadway, and with regional theaters across the country, and she has successfully prepared numerous youngsters for acceptance into the Professional Performing Arts School and LaGuardia High School. Also a published playwright, Natalie knows the theater business from many sides. For more information visit


“In the professional world of musical theater, the difference between getting a callback and getting the job can be your ability to master new music quickly. Natalie structures her course to give each singer the knowledge and skills needed to sight-sing an unknown piece of music and to communicate clearly with music directors and accompanists. Each class includes sight-signing and ear-training exercises, using real-world examples from the musical theater repertoire.”

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