Lisa Golda | Lisa Golda voice teacher portland or
Lisa Golda's voice students win substantial scholarships and perform professionally
voice teacher portland or, wisconsin singers carter krzyzaniak, liz gartman, kohler foundation scholarship
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Voice Teaching

PRIVATE VOICE TEACHER,  2000-2015 and ongoing.

I specialize in career coaching, confidence building, and vocal instruction for exceptionally talented and motivated high school students eager to pursue careers in the performing arts.

Two of my private Wisconsin students won 40k scholarships for collegiate voice study from the Kohler Arts Foundation. Liz Gartman won in 2015 and Caitlin Barclay, 2011. Caitlin was given additional assistance from Carthage College for her voice studies which equaled a full ride. Other students are currently performing professionally with the Florentine Opera, Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus, and have attended competitive schools such as Interlochen, Westminster Choir College, Lawrence, St. Norbert’s, and more.

Carter Krzyzaniak, ’15, studied with me in middle school and again in high school. He was just accepted to the very selective Wisconsin Singers, a scholarship-tied touring show choir at University of Madison-WI. He also performs professionally in the VicVill summer revue in Elkhart Lake, WI.

Hilary Mayer, ’14 was first accepted to the super-competitive musical theatre program at UW-Stevens Point, then transferred to Berklee College of Music with a 20k renewable scholarship. She performs during the summer at Maximillian’s revue in Fond du Lac, WI.

Tyler Williams, ’10 studied with me for four years before securing his first paid job as a chorus member at the Florentine Opera in Milwaukee, WI. He has now sung with that company for five seasons and is also the tenor section leader at Basilica of St. Josephat.

Liz Gartman, ’15, just won the Kohler Foundation Scholarship for her collegiate vocal studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne. Liz played several leading roles in high school, took state honors in both vocal and forensic competitions, and is now performing professionally at the Mill St. summer revue at the Plymouth Arts Center in WI.

Marielle Schuchardt, ’12, studied with me for several years before gaining admittance to the extremely competitive theatre program at UW-Stevens Point. She is currently producer and choreographer for the summer musical revues at VicVill in Elkhart Lake, WI and is also an accomplished headshots photographer and blogger.

Casey Campbell, ’12 has become a regular part of the Chicago theatre scene since studying with me in high school and is now a member of the Chicago Gay Men’s Chorus. He was recently featured as Bobby with that group in excerpts from Sondheim’s “Company”.