Teaching And Artistry Voice Pedagogy Conference 2019: Allen Henderson Voice Masterclass
Conservatory Orchestra Hall
W A Mozart
From Exsultate Jubilate
Aria, Tu virginum corona
WAN YING LU, soprano
CHOI, HYE-SEON, piano
Nun seh’ ich wohl, warum so dunkle Flammen
Oft denk’ ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen!
CINDY HONANTA, mezzo-soprano
CHOI, HYE-SEON, piano
From Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht
Ich hab’ ein glühend Messer
LIM, JING JIE, baritone
LIN, BEATRICE, piano
From Les Illuminations
ALICE PUTRI, soprano
POH, KAI WEN, piano
ABOUT THIS EVENT
This masterclass, open to the public, is part of Teaching and Artistry Voice Pedagogy Conference 2019.
Allen Henderson holds degrees from Carson Newman College (BM), The University of Tennessee (MM) and the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati (DMA), where his minor was in Arts Administration and he was winner of the prestigious Corbett-Treigle Opera Competition.
Prior to his appointment as executive director in 2008, he served NATS as district and regional governor and was elected national secretary/treasurer from 2006-2008. He also served as interim executive director from 2007-2008. Henderson was a participant in the 1993 NATS Intern Program and later hosted the program in 1998. He was chair of the coordinating committee for the 2008 NATS 50th National Conference in Nashville, Tenn.
Henderson has held teaching positions at Oklahoma Baptist University, Austin Peay State University and Georgia Southern University. In these positions he has taught voice, foreign language diction, opera, choral techniques, choral literature, song literature and directed choirs. He also served as music department chair at Austin Peay and Georgia Southern.
As baritone soloist, Henderson has appeared in concert, opera, and oratorio across the country. A district winner and regional finalist in the Metropolitan Opera auditions, Henderson was winner of the 1995 National Federation of Music Clubs Artist Awards. He also was a regional finalist in the NATSAA competition.
• Free admission.
• All event information is correct at time of print.
• Out of respect for other concertgoers, no children under 6 years of age will be allowed admission.