Jennifer Rowley ‘02 will serve as Artist-in-Residence at the Baldwin Wallace University Conservatory of Music for the 2018-19 academic year. An alumna of the university, Ms. Rowley has returned to her alma mater for a number of masterclasses over the past several years, most recently in February 2018.
Her residency will consist of two four-day sessions beginning this month. On November 18, she leads a public masterclass with Baldwin Wallace voice performance students. She will also teach and coach BW voice performance students privately, and lecture on audition techniques, the state of the classical voice industry, the leap from student to professional, and give practical advice for the aspiring artists over the four day period.
Ms. Rowley returns for her final session in February 2019 beginning with a free recital on February 15, following with a public masterclass on February 16. The chair of BW’s Voice Department, Marc Weagraff said of Ms. Rowley: “Beyond being a brilliant artist, Jennifer is a natural teacher. Her love of singing and of teaching just overflows when she’s working with our students. She has an infectious energy that fills the room during her master classes. We are thrilled that she is coming home to BW to work with our students in an extended capacity.”
Learn more about Jennifer Rowley’s residency at the Baldwin Wallace website.