By Amy Lilly, Seven Days – March 18, 2015 “Music is a lot of men in a lot of tails with a lot of chairs, and a lot of airs, and a lot of furs and diamonds!” So Colorado soprano Jennifer Bird-Arvidsson will sing next Wednesday evening at a Saint […]
Champlain Business Journal, March 2015 By Joyce L. Carroll Skill acquisition in dance, voice, and theater— often referred to as the triple threat — no longer requires a parent to drive to three different lesson locations. Students wishing to perfect their skills in the performing arts now need only turn […]
Times Argus/Rutland Herald – article published Jan 1, 2015 By Patricia Minichiello Staff Writer A new musical theater training program incorporates the “triple threat” of the performance world — singing, dancing and acting — for students looking for an all-in-one workshop. Bill Reed never expected that while on a […]
Celebrating Vermont’s young vocal stars Article published Oct 16, 2014 For the online version on the Times Argus/Rutland Herald website, click here. By Janelle Faignant Arts Correspondent For Bill Reed, singing is in his blood. The 69-about-to-be-70-year-old voice teacher’s life has been eating, sleeping and breathing singing, beginning with his […]
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 […]
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 […]