Bill Reed’s Star Opera Students Perform in Burlington By Amy Lilly For the online version on SevenDays’ website, click here. Go see a musical in Vermont, and it’s likely that the lead singers have trained with Bill Reed. Founder of the musical-theater program at New York City’s Circle in the […]
Bill Reed guides singers toward Broadway July 20, 2014. Article by Brent Hallenbeck, Free Press Staff Writer and photography/videography by Ryan Mercer, Free Press. To read the online version of the article and view the accompanying video on the Burlington Free Press website, please click here. SOUTH BURLINGTON – Bill […]
Our 2012 Summer Intensive poster photo (with Elana Valastro & Kerstin Anderson as models) was featured on the cover of Dramatics Magazine 2013 Summer Theatre Directory! Photography by Tim Barden Images.
Music Education: Is It Worth the Money? Bill Reed featured in an article about the value of music education in My Finance Magazine. To read the article on the My Finance Magazine website, please click here. November 21, 2013 By Ethan de Seife Being the parent of a child who […]
Congratulations to Charlotte Munson (BRVS alumna) who recently competed in the New York Musical Theatre Festival’s Next Broadway Sensation Series. Click here to see her singing “How Glory Goes” in the CNNBS 2012 Grand Finale. To learn more about the Next Broadway Sensation Series, see below. www.nymf.org
We are very proud to hear about Kari Grunberg’s (Bill Reed Voice Studio alumna) successful run as Gertrude McFuzz in La Comedia’s (http://lacomedia.com/playbill.htm) production of Suessical the Musical this summer (July 11 – September 2, 2012). To read recent reviews, please visit the following links: http://www.talkinbroadway.com/regional/cincy/cincy253.html http://www.examiner.com/review/seussical-rhymes-with-musical?cid=rss
Thoroughly enjoyed seeing David Jane’s (Bill Reed Voice Studio alum) in his swing thru VT with the Broadway touring production of Sweeney Todd.Â If you haven’t read this in Seven Days, check it out.
Question: I’m a 40-year old mother of two and now that my children are more independent, I would like to fulfill a dream and learn how to sing. Am I too old? –Cecilia Dry, Middlebury, VT Bill Reed: Nearly every week I am asked if I think that a […]
While a sore throat can be a minor inconvenience in most professions, it can mean disaster for the singer. But before you brew another pot of tea with honey, you ought to make sure your problem really lies in the throat and not in the stomach. When digestive acids splash […]
Sara Louise Lazarus: Audition Book Essentials Sara Louise Lazarus has directed shows in theatres and cabarets throughout New York City, including the Jewish Repertory Theatre and Avery Fischer Hall, Lincoln Center. She has been the recipient of MAC and Bistro Awards for Outstanding Cabaret Direction. Ms. Lazarus is the founder […]