10+, Any experience level
Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Master of Music in Voice Performance and Pedagogy
University of Texas at San Antonio
There are many reasons that someone might be interested in taking voice lessons, and I strive to adapt my teaching to your goals–whether you want to sing for fun, are interested in becoming a professional musician, or anything in between. My approach to teaching voice is two-pronged–I will help you establish or maintain a healthy and free technique, and I will help you connect to your desire for expression through song. This will include work with text, character, and performance strategies. I am well-versed in the anatomy and physiology of the voice, contemporary pedagogical methods, in addition to music theory and ear training. I know that singing can be scary, but I will help you grow confidence in your voice and celebrate the little victories along the way!
Maggie Wolfe, soprano, holds an MM in Voice Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she studied with John Nix, and a BM in Voice Performance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her stage credits include Le nozze di Figaro (Susanna), Così fan tutte (Despina), Una Vieja (Adela), and L’incoronazione di Poppea (Amore). Ms. Wolfe is an avid performer of both early music and contemporary works written by living composers. She has been seen in concert as the soprano soloist in Bach’s Magnificat and Mozart’s Krönungsmesse, as well as in other choral works. In June 2021, Ms. Wolfe presented her research on vibrato in early vocal music at the Voice Foundation’s annual symposium. Ms. Wolfe is currently active as a performer, church musician, and private voice teacher in the San Antonio area.