William Lewis, Tenor
Internationally acclaimed Tenor William Lewis was leading tenor at the Metropolitan Opera in NYC for 35 years.
He enjoys a distinguished reputation as a tenor whose versatility spans the operatic repertoire from Mozart to Schönberg, having performed one hundred forty major roles in ten languages.
He performed in illustrious theaters, such as Teatro Alla Scala, Opera de Paris, Covent Garden, San Francisco Opera Theatre, Royal Opera Covent Garden, Vienna Staatsoper, Hamburg Staatsoper, Sao Carlo Opera, Köln Oper, as well as in the famous festivals of Salzburg, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Festival dei due Mondi (Spoleto), Spoleto USA (Charleston,S.C.), Wexford, Ireland, Amsterdam and Santa Fe, New Mexico, to name a few.
William Lewis began his career as a lyric tenor and eventually changed into a Wagner/Strauss specialist. The health of his vocal cords throughout his career attests to his outstanding technique.
His voice lessons focus on vocal technique both for male and female voices, diction and interpretation.
10 lessons paid in advance: $400
First lesson free
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org / 512-484-8969
Frédérique Added, Soprano
Frédérique Added is a French Art Song specialist. Her career began as an operatic lyric soprano, performing among others the roles of Micaela in Bizet's Carmen, Gilda in Verdi's Rigoletto, Tatiana in Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, and Madama Butterfly in Puccini's opera.
In parallel she performed in concert and recital, where her main focuses have been Italian, Spanish and French art songs. Since she has met the French composer Isabelle Aboulker, she became a champion of her lyric compositions.
Her voice lessons focus on French diction and French Art Song interpretation.