Students excel in voice competition
Talented Denison voice students excel under the guidance of faculty mentors who teach and support in a variety of ways.
This close mentorship was evident as Denison students recently took top prizes in the NATS statewide virtual voice competition.
“Denison did amazingly well,” says Assistant Professor Belinda Andrews-Smith, who also directs the SInger’s Theatre Workshop Series. “I’m so proud of our voice students competing against Kent State, Oberlin, Bowling Green State University, Capital University, Cedarville University, and Miami University to name a few!”
Lower Music Theater Treble Voice
1st place: Emily Walker, taught by Belinda Andrews-Smith
Lower Music Theater TBB Voice
2nd Place: Max Wisnefski, taught by Belinda Andrews-Smith)
3rd Place: Ben Rayhill, taught by Belinda Andrews-Smith)
Upper Music Theater Treble Voice
3rd Place: Zoe Pratt, taught by Belinda Andrews-Smith)
HM: Bridget Welch, taught by Belinda Andrews-Smith)
Fourth/Fifth Year Classical Treble Voice
2nd Place: Madelyn Dirrim, taught by Kevin Wines
HM: Sherry Xu, taught by Carolyn Redman