Singing your way through the warm up with Connie Koppe

Date:May 26 2022
Time:11am EST / 4pm BST
Price:£15.00
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We will explore different songs that enhance our understanding of different parts of the warm-up.

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    Connie Koppe

    Connie J. Koppe                Teaching & Administration Credits

    444 W. Clapier Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144    Theater & Music Educator

    Phone: 215/429-4516    Speech and Singing Instructor

    email: koppe.sing.speak@verizon.net,    ckoppe@uarts.edu     Singer/Actress (Soprano)

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    Degrees:

        PHONETIC PILLOWS CERTIFICATION (diction & dialect training)    2012

        LINKLATER DESIGNATION    1998

        MASTER OF MUSIC – Opera Performance –    1977

            Temple University: Esther Boyer School of Music; Philadelphia, PA

        BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: MUSIC EDUCATION – Voice Concentration – 1973

            Indiana University of Pennsylvania: School of Fine Arts, Indiana, PA.

    Teaching Experience:

    University Level:

        Linklater Voice and Speech 

            Adjunct Associate Professor: University of the Arts, Ira Brind School (2001 – 2019)

                      University of the Arts: Graduate and Professional Studies (2018 – present)

                      University of the Arts: ESL Institute – diction and conversation (2014 – 2019)

            University of the Arts Pre-College Program (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2013)

            Temple University Opera Department: workshops – Intro to Linklater voice work 2012-present)

        Drexel University English Language Center: diction & singing for foreign students (2012-2015)

    Private Voice Instructor both Speech and Singing:

        Vocal Coach – NBC 10, Valedictorian Speakers (U. Arts), (current)

        Private Studio In home (77 -Present) Speech Coaching and Singing

    Continuing Education:

        The Chekhov Studio and The Mt. Airy Learning Tree: The Voice Gym Philly (current)

        Mount Airy Learning Tree: Singing based on Linklater Voice Work (6 -8 wk. classes.) (2000 – present)   

        The Wilma Theater Speech (Linklater Voice Work): (spring 2000)

        Temple University Music Prep: Developing an Effective Speaking Voice and Singing (1998 – 2001)

        Walnut Street Theatre: Singing for Musical Theatre (for adults and teens) (1998 -2000)

    Grade School Level:     

        LivingBookshelf & Global Neighborhood; Artist: Arts for Anyone; grades 4-8: PA/NY/NJ. (1994-2016)

        Page to Stage writing workshop: Storybook Musical Theatre Elem. Schools in PA (1997 – 2005)

        Beginning Acting for Children:  Main Line Models, King of Prussia, PA (1992-2000)

    Professional Associations:

        Performing Unions: American Federation of TV and Radio Artists (AFTRA)(past local board member)

            Actor’s Equity Assoc. (AEA);  Amer. Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA)(past local board member)

        Delaware Valley Lyric Opera Co.: Director, Board Member, Performer  (1979- 2006)

        Living Bookshelf: Co-founder, Board Member, Classroom Visiting Artist (2010-2016)

        Arts for Anyone: (nonprofit arts ed.) Co-founder, Board Member, Classroom artist (1994-2010)

        Storybook Musical Theater: Former Board Member; Education Consultant and Classroom artist (1989 – 2000)

    Administrative Experience:

        Co-Founder, Administrator and Classroom Artist –  Living Bookshelf  – Literacy project (founded 2012)

        Co-Founder, Classroom Artist and Artists Coordinator – Arts for Anyone arts ed. non-profit (founded 1993)  

        Co-Founder and Communications Director: The Singer’s Network; a non-profit networking                 organization for the singing community in the Greater Delaware Valley.  (founded 4/93)    Artist/Administrator: In Every Way the Arts, Ed. program of The Penna. Opera Theater (1978-93)

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