Academy of Sound looks ahead to summer 2020 and beyond
We miss all of you, and are thinking of you and your families. We hope you're all safe and healthy, and finding new ways of "being." These have been challenging times, and you have all been so supportive and appreciative.
Thank you for sticking with us -- We are deeply grateful!
On May 17th, our spring recital, the 17th annual and first-ever offered entirely online, raised $1,185 to date, which will support youth in our community who need assistance accessing music lessons through the Academy of Sound Foundation. The virtual recital is posted at academyofsound.org/live, where donations to the scholarship fund continue to be accepted.
Here's a highlight: "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," performed by 3rd grader Wesley, accompanied by family and friends, including AOS teacher Adam C.
Academy of Sound, LLC and Academy of Sound Foundation, Inc. stand unequivocally against racism and systemic oppression.
Together we support our Black students, families, and community.
We value listening, and believe wholeheartedly in the power of music to unite and heal our world. But there is more work that must be done.
We join our voices with the chorus around the world affirming that Black Lives Matter.
Instructor Miss Kirstin (voice) Returns, Summer 2020
Mezzo Soprano Kirstin Roble completed her Master of Music degree at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. Hailed as a “mellifluous mezzo,” (Mike Fisher, Journal Sentinel), she is an accomplished performer in opera, musical theatre, and recital. Kirstin has worked with students from ages five through adult. Her patient, enthusiastic manner resonates well with a wide variety of ages and interests. Ms. Roble’s students are placed in top choirs at their schools, singing roles in shows, and have won talent competitions and scholarships. Kirstin teaches Classical Private Voice and Piano as well as Musical Theatre, Contemporary, Rock, and Introduction to Jazz. Ms. Roble also teaches acting, character building and improvisation. Kirstin has held positions with the Wauwatosa School of Music in Wauwatosa, WI and the Madison Music Foundry. In addition, she has also worked as a group voice and musical theatre instructor at the First Stage Children’s Theatre in Milwaukee. She is a member of the Madison Opera chorus. Ms. Roble maintains professional membership in NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) and AGMA (American Guild of Musical Artists). Kirstin joined Academy of Sound in 2017.
Welcome back for the summer, Miss Kirstin! See our openings to register with her today.
Important dates to remember
Academy of sound will continue to operate virtually (online lessons only) throughout summer 2020