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Kevin Wilson

Director, Vocal Pedagogy | Voice Faculty

Kevin Wilson earned a M.M. in vocal pedagogy from the New England Conservatory and a B.M. in voice performance from the University of Central Oklahoma, with studies in voice and opera at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory and Speech Anatomy and Physiology at Boston University Sargent School of Health. Additionally, he studied in the distinguished voice professional program through New York Singing Teaching Association, as well as Fitzmaurice voice work with Catherine Fitzmaurice (2016). 

As a vocal pedagogue, diagnostician and rehabilitator, Wilson is sought after as a specialist for the professional voice. He is dedicated to voice habilitation and securing the voice through accurate technical teaching. His students have performed in venues ranging from the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric, New York City Opera, Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Baroque, Oregon Bach Festival and Carmel Bach Festival to Broadway’s Beautiful, Kinky Boots, Gigi, Rocky, Mamma Mia, Dr. Zhivago, Cinderella, Ave. Q, Evita, and National Tours of Once, Chicago, Camelot, Wicked, Cinderella, Kinky Boots, Mamma Mia, Peter and the Star Catcher, Chorus Line, Shrek, Rent, West Side Story, Evita and more. Previous students have been finalists and winners in the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Competition, Metropolitan Opera Auditions, the NATS Boston and National Classical and Musical Theater Competitions, and received multiple regional nominations and awards for performance.

Wilson is in demand as a clinician, adjudicator and lecturer and has given masterclasses and lectures on vocal health and musical theater and classical pedagogies throughout the U.S. and Europe. He is a former faculty member of Brown University and Marymount Manhattan College and is now on faculty at The Boston Conservatory, where he is director of the graduate pedagogy program and the vocal pedagogy professional workshop. Additionally, he is the vocal technique instructor for the American Repertory Theater/Moscow institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. He maintains professional voice studios in Boston and New York City.

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