Carrie Rothenberger (M.M.) is an award-winning lyric soprano who adores teaching. Carrie has performed throughout the United States and Italy, has won numerous performance and teaching awards, and has television and film sound recording credits to her name, including the trailer for Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. She holds a Masters Degree in Music in Vocal Performance and hails from NYC, where she was raised in a musical and artistic family, and received her early music education from the La Guardia High School of Arts in NYC. She loves living in California with her amazing kid.
Teaching Music Over 15 years experience
Each person has a voice that is unique in size and timbre (or color). However, many people use extraneous tension when attempting to sing; this tension hampers the freedom of vocal production and the true quality of the singer’s voice. Students learn singing methods that relieve tension and reveal the uniqueness of each singer - not only vocally, but also expressively: the voice becomes stronger and more agile, and higher and lower notes can be achieved and held longer.
I continue to study the latest Advanced Vocal techniques to bring the most recent vocal development td to my students by studying with Katharin Rundus, PhD in vocal studies and Vocal Science.