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Voice Pre-College Faculty

Learn Voice from our marvelous Pre-College Faculty.

 

Christine Abraham

M.M., Manhattan School of Music; B.A., San Francisco Conservatory of Music; studied with Patricia McCaffrey, Cynthia Hoffmann, Lucille Evans, Herman LeRoux; principal roles/soloist with Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Glimmerglass Opera, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Spoleto Festival USA, Philadelphia Orchestra, Saint Louis Symphony, Dallas Symphony, Boston Baroque, Music of the Baroque; recorded on Signum Classics, Naxos American Classics, Arabesque Recordings, BBC Music. cabraham@sfcm.edu

Phillip Harris

D.M.A, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; M.M., University of Michigan; B.M., UC Irvine. Phillip Harris specializes in partnering with students to achieve optimal artistic and vocal freedom. A versatile musician, he thoroughly enjoys teaching and performing classical music, musical theater, and other popular music styles. As a performer he has sung as a soloist at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. He has also appeared with the San Francisco Symphony, Reno Chamber Orchestra, Aspen Music Festival, Opera Las Vegas, and Mountain Play. He was performing arts chair at Head-Royce School, and taught at Stuart Hall for Boys, and The Lessons and Pals Program at the Aspen Music Festival. He currently teaches vocal music at Menlo School in Atherton. He has music or vocal directed musicals with Mountain Play, YMTC, Head-Royce and MoonSchool at 42nd Street Moon. His students have placed first in NATS competitions and are graduates of Boston Conservatory at Berklee. More information is available at www.philliplnharris.com. pharris@sfcm.edu

Eun-Mee Ko

Teaching classical voice and musical theater and specializing in preparation for performances, competitions, and auditions including colleges & music schools. Post-Graduate Diploma, M.M. and B.M., San Francisco Conservatory of Music; studied with Herman LeRoux and Sylvia Anderson; organized and directed the Musical Theater Workshop class(2004-2005), Scenes Class(2015-2017), and the Vocal Performance Workshop class(2017-present) for the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Pre-College Department; Her students have won numerous awards in local, national, and international competitions, and chosen to participate for the prominent summer music festivals. Operatic performances in San Francisco, Sacramento, Rome, and Icomb Place with Roberto Vignati, Jeffrey Thomas, Monroe Kanouse, and Hermann LeRoux; roles include Cleopatra (Giulio Cesare), Ginevra (Ariodante), Galatea (Acis and Galatea), Countess (Le nozze di Figaro), Alice (Falstaff), and Mother (Amahl and the Night Visitors); solo performances at Davies Symphony Hall, Herbst Theater and San Jose Performing Arts Center with Michael Barrett and Dong Jin Kim. emko@sfcm.edu

Krista Wigle

Krista Wigle received both her B.M. and M.M. in Vocal Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory where she studied with Carolyn Lewis, Pamela Fry and Jane Randolph. Her extensive performance career ranges from Opera to Musical Theater. She has performed with such companies as: Opera Parallele, Pocket Opera, Brava! Opera, Opera Santa Barbara, Cinnabar Theater, Festival Opera, Livermore Valley Opera, Sierra Repertory Theater, Woodminster, and the San Jose Playhouse. She has also been the Soprano Soloist/Featured Artist with such organizations as: The Chintimini Chamber Music Festival, The Santa Rosa Symphony, Chora Nova, The UC Berkeley Orchestra, The SFCM Orchestra, The Santa Cruz Symphony, Ballet San Jose, The Monterey Opera Orchestra, and The Rogue Valley Chorale. Krista discovered her passion for teaching twenty-two years ago and has not stopped since. She has her own Private Vocal Studio, teaches Musical Theater and Cabaret at the American Conservatory Theater(A.C.T.), and teaches in the Vocal Department at the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts(R.A.S.O.T.A.). Her main goals as a voice teacher are to teach her students how to sing healthily, have vocal longevity, and most of all…have fun! Kwigle@sfcm.edu