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NATS offers a variety of lifelong learning experiences to its members, with workshops, Intern Programs, master classes and conferences, all beginning at the chapter level and progressing to national events. Our mission is to advance excellence in singing through teaching, performance, scholarship, and research.Learn More
|NATSCast members look forward to a full fall schedule
posted on 12:31 PM, August 31, 2021
As many resume fall activities, NATS members also can enjoy the return of new podcast episodes from our NATSCast network.
|NATS announces 2021/2022 Mentoring Program for Composers
posted on 3:12 PM, August 20, 2021
Eight mentors have signed on to help guide and nurture composers in the early stages of their careers.
|Majority of singing teachers plan to teach online post-pandemic, according to survey
posted on 1:51 PM, August 17, 2021
National Association of Teachers of Singing releases pandemic survey results
|Q&A with ‘Too Many Frocks’ podcaster Chanda Vander Hart
posted on 1:44 PM, August 17, 2021
Exploring art song through the pianist lens
|Reentry Following COVID-19: Concerns for Singers
posted on 11:06 AM, August 9, 2021
A preprint Journal of Singing article discusses timely and ongoing concerns for singers with the global health crisis.
|Get to know the voices behind ‘The Voice Culture’ podcast
posted on 10:55 AM, August 3, 2021
Meet the hosts — Justin Petersen and Brian Lee.
|Vocal Coach Artist-Teacher - University of Rochester||Eastman School of Music||Rochester, NY||October 11, 2021|
|Assistant Professor, Opera Musical Director||University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music||Memphis, TN||October 13, 2021|
|Assistant Professor of Voice||University of Memphis Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music||Memphis, TN||October 12, 2021|
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