Professional soprano soloist and music educator with extensive experience performing in high visibility international roles. 7+ years of teaching experience (voice and piano), creating lesson plans to help students improve musicality, build confidence and land coveted performance opportunities. Teaching Artist Certification & Professional MTEL License
I believe that all students are capable of creating music, regardless of age, background or experience. My lessons are focused on kinesthetic awareness and healthy technique; using one’s whole body to connect to the breath. I encourage questions, experimentation and a student-driven repertoire. Each lesson is tailored to individual learning styles and needs.
WHAT I DO IN LESSONS:
• Develop confident and successful performers through assuaging negative self-talk and performance anxiety. Students achieve call-backs and roles in high profile productions and are consistently chosen for leadership roles in select ensembles.
• Utilize methods from the Alexander Technique, yoga and various dance modalities to incorporate full body engagement and maximize vocal quality.
Boston-based coloratura soprano Caroline Spaeth is becoming known for her ease with exciting vocal pyrotechnics above the staff. She has recently appeared as the soprano soloist in Handel’s Messiah with Masterworks Chorale, and as Lucy in The Telephone with The Contemporary Theater Company. In August 2018, she made her role debut as Queen of the Night in Die Zauberflöte with Seattle's German Vocal Arts Institute. Previously, she sang Gilda in Rigoletto with Assisi Performing Arts in Assisi, Italy. She was a 2018 BroadwayWorld Award nominee for Best Actress in a Musical, having been recognized for her performance as Lilli Vanessi in Kiss Me, Kate with MITGSP. Caroline’s concert repertory include Mozart’s Requiem with Masterworks Chorale, Dvorak’s St. Ludmila with Calliope Music, and Bach’s Magnificat with Vermont Music and Arts.