Julia Padilla – Professional, Passionate, and Classically Trained in Piano and Voice…
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Typically voice lessons are scheduled for at least once a week, for one hour. During a vocal lesson, students of all ages focus on building a healthy vocal technique through various exercises, then apply this to music. Many students are coached in preparation for auditions and performances in all genres of music.
Last spring one of my students performed the lead in “Oliver!” with Stapleton School of the Performing Arts in San Anselmo, Ca. In previous years a number of my other students performed leading roles in various musicals in Marin County, including “Annie”.
Students are encouraged to begin studying piano simultaneously with voice. Many students split an hour lesson between piano and voice.
*Member of National Association of Teachers of Singing
Students will learn theory, how to read music, technique, ear training, sight reading and improvisation.
Robert Wilson¹s King Lear, Los Angeles, soloist
Il Barbiere di Siviglia, North Bay Opera, lead role
Le Nozze di Figaro, Riverside Opera, lead role
The Beggar¹s Opera, Cal State University, Long Beach, lead roleMozart¹s C Minor Mass, Berkeley Community Chorus, soloist
Golden Gate Brass, San Rafael, soloist
Fall and Winter Recitals, Our Lady of Mercy, Point Richmond
Concert Series, San Rafael, Alameda, Oakland, Mill Valley
St. Rita Catholic Church, Fairfax
St. Isabella Catholic Church, San Rafael
The Redwoods, Mill Valley
Alma Via, San Rafael
Drake Terrace, San Rafael
Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley
Young Performers International