Spotlight: Jonah Sorscher, Indian Hill ('20), 1st Place Ohio NATS LC Music Theater. @ihhschoirs @IHTheatre @jsorsch #cincinnativoicelessons
Spotlight on Jonah Sorscher, Harvard-Berklee Bound, Indian Hill ('20), 1st Place Ohio NATS 2020 Lower College Music Theater, NATS National Preliminary Finalist 2020, 2nd Place Great Lakes Regional 2020 High School Music Theater, 1st Place Ohio NATS 2019 High School Music Theater, 1st Place Overture Awards 2019 Music Theater
Hogging the camera since the age of 2, I knew musical theatre was for me! I auditioned for my first show, 101 Dalmatians: Kids, when I was 9, and have been performing ever since. Over the years, some favorite productions include Les Miserables, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Into the Woods, and The Phantom of the Opera. In college, I hope to continue acting and singing as well as creating original works and putting them up for audiences other than just my family -- haha. I can't thank Kathy enough for everything she's taught me and all of her support!
Spotlight: Eva Milligan, Honorable Mention Ohio NATS 2020, Music Theater! #goCHCA #CHCAArts #cincinnativoiceteacher #cincinnativoicelessons #onlinelessonswork #vocalcoachcincinnati
Spotlight on Eva Milligan:
Hi I’m Eva! I’m currently a senior at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy and I’ve loved singing for as long as I can remember. I did my first musical when I was nine and I played Marta in the Sound of Music. After this, I was immediately drawn to all things theatre. Since then I’ve been in many different productions, but some of my favorites include Diana in Inspiring Arts Production of Anne of Green Gables, Earthworm in CHCA’s James and the Giant Peach, and Ethel McCormack in CHCA’s Footloose. I’m also currently playing Belle in Beauty and the Beast this March at CHCA! My whole family loves to sing so it’s no surprise that it’s my passion as well. My dad works at Cincinnati Opera so I grew up admiring the singers there every summer. I’m also hoping to pursue something theatre related in college and beyond. I’m so grateful to have a supportive and musical family, and teachers such as Kathy Cammett who push me to be the best singer I can be!
Eva also received an Honorable Mention at Ohio NATS 2020, Music Theater
Sad, but true.....#cincinnativoiceteacher #cincinnativoicelessons #onlinelessonswork #getyoursingingon #funnynotfunny #vocalcoachcincinnati #coronavirussinging
Voice students win two competitions! @evakat02 @gochca @jsorsch @spaethv @dspaeth33 @luke_randazzo @joseph.kayne @IHHSChoirs @iamcps @Kings_Schools @CISKnights @IndianHillSchools
Congratulations to my students who were named winners in The National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) in their yearly competitions in Los Angeles and Ohio. Congratulations go to:
Evelyn Spaeth, 5th Grade, Columbia Intermediate School - Honorable Mention, Children’s Music Theater Division, LA NATS
Eva Milligan, Senior, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy - Honorable Mention, High School Music Theater Treble, Ohio NATS
Joseph Kayne, Sophomore, Indian Hill High School - Second Place (tie), High School Music Theater TBB Division, Ohio NATS
Luke Randazzo, Junior, School for Creative and Performing Arts - Second Place (tie), High School Classical TBB Division, Ohio NATS
Jonah Sorscher, Gap Year, Harvard-Berklee Dual Degree - First Place, Lower Music Theater TBB, Ohio NATS
All of these students take online-only lessons with Kathy Cammett.
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Sad news.... #cincinnativoiceteacher #cincinnativoicelessons #onlinevoicelessonswork #coronavirussinging #safesingingcovid #vocalcoachcincinnati
Sad news - one of my colleagues has Covid-19. He has been teaching in-person voice lessons while wearing a mask properly and taking no other risks. Wishing him a speedy recovery.... <3
Please be extra-cautious out there! While masks help reduce the spread of the coronavirus, fine mist aerosols can still both escape and penetrate them. Loud singing, particularly, is a high aerosol -generating activity which can extend to 15+ feet without a mask. Data suggests that a person can be most contagious 48 hours before the onset of their symptoms and continue to be contagious for 10-20 days after onset depending on the severity of their symptoms. The after-effects of this virus on the lungs and vocal fold nerves can especially impact athletes and singers. Protect each other.
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