The Cline School of Music: Voice Department
The Voice Faculty in the Cline School of Music at North Greenville University works as a collaborative team to impart their vocal expertise to each voice student. Each faculty member teaches applied voice lessons to students enrolled in the Voice Performance, Church Music or Music Education degree programs as well as those enrolled in applied voice as an elective or minor concentration. As part of our collaborative effort, we have a voice seminar class that meets at least twice a month and that functions as a master class with all of the voice teachers. Students have found our various perspectives and collaborative method extremely helpful.
A vocal coaching session is available with NGU voice faculty for anyone interested in pursuing a vocal music degree. Please contact the vocal department coordinator, Dr. Cheryl Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Cheryl Greene is the head of the voice program. She is coordinator for the voice department, teaches applied voice and courses in the Voice Performance degree. Dr. Greene has a D.M.A. in Vocal Performance from the University of South Carolina; a M.M. in Vocal Performance from Bob Jones University, and a B.M. in Church Music from Bob Jones University. She is actively singing in the regional area and active in the music program at North Hills Community Church. Dr. Greene is certified in the Somatic Voicework, The LoVetri Method.
NGU Voice Department Handbook
The purpose of the NGU Voice Department Handbook is to guide voice students through their music degree work at North Greenville University. In this document, you will find all of the guidelines for the vocal program along with the responsibilities students must meet. This handbook is intended to be a companion to the School of Music Handbook.
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