Natalie Wilson (she/her) / Music Theory I & II and Singing Technique
Natalie’s voice students perform on Broadway, Off-Broadway, on national tours, and with regional theaters across the country. A former opera singer herself, Natalie melds traditional bel canto technique with modern voice science to help her singing students meet the demands of a professional musical theater career without strain or fatigue. She holds a Masters Degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy, 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. Also now a writer for both stage and screen, Natalie knows the performing arts business from many sides.
When creating the current music theory program at Circle, Natalie drew on not only her extensive musical training, but also her personal experience as both a performer and creator of musicals to develop a curriculum that helps students master the musical skills needed to be successful performers in this industry. She continually updates her teaching methods to meet students’ needs, and incorporates new repertoire by an ever more diverse array of current musical theater composers.