Style: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Title: Professor of Music
Bio: Kenneth Bozeman, Professor of Music, holds performance degrees from Baylor University, the University of Arizona, and studied at the Conservatory of Music in Munich. He is chair of the voice department at Lawrence University, where he has received two awards for excellence in teaching. He was awarded the Van Lawrence Fellowship by the Voice Foundation for his interest in voice science and is the chair of the editorial board of the Journal of Singing. His former students have sung with Houston Grand, Boston Lyric, Deutsche Oper Berlin, San Francisco Opera, New York City Opera, the Metropolitan, and Santa Fe Opera.
Mr. Bozeman was an active performer of oratorio, singing the tenor roles in the St. Matthew and St. John Passions, the Christmas Oratorio, the B Minor Mass, the Magnificat, and various cantatas of Bach, Handel's Messiah, Haydn's Creation, Mendelssohn's Elijah, and Vaughn Williams’ Hodie. He has performed with the Milwaukee Symphony, the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, the Green Lake Music Festival, the Purgatory Music Festival of Colorado, the Louisville Bach Society, the Historical Keyboard Society of Wisconsin, and on Wisconsin Public Radio's "Live from the Elvehjem."
Voice Type: Tenor
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter; I accept students through a college or university program