John Tedeschi - Musical Theater - Adjunct Faculty - Voice (Singing)
John is a much-sought-after teacher who serves on the faculty of Marymount Manhattan College, and Rider University, as well as his NYC studio of students from Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional opera and theatre companies, tours, recordings, cruises, cabaret, and many other venues.
“As a teacher it is my job not only to mold an emerging voice, but to support the artist as a whole person. I accept this responsibility with humility, and the awareness that I am collaborating with the student to lay a foundation of technique, style, and discipline that will enable the true artist to emerge with color, capacity, depth, volume, and nuance. Allowing your voice to come out, and to share that voice with a listening public, is a beautiful aspect of performance and life - for in that giving you are sharing humanity.”
Originally hailing from Hartford, Connecticut, John went on to attend Boston University for his Bachelors, before returning to Hartford to attend The Hartt School for his Masters.
John Tedeschi is an impresario who has produced art festivals, fashion shows, modern dance, opera, rock, theatre and recital performances. Directing credits include: Don Giovanni, Susannah, Rigoletto, La Serva Padrona, Die Zauberflote, Across the Sea, Amahl and the Night Visitors, Carousel, Orpheus in the Underworld, Songs for a New World, Hymn to Her, Permission, Pippin, A Night of Theatre, and many opera scene studies.
John lives, with his husband Joel, in Stockbridge, MA and Manhattan, NY where he tries to be patient while waiting for the subway.