After singing and teaching professionally for many years in Chicago, Elizabeth Hale Knox has recently moved to Texas. She will now be collaborating with Tatiana Bays, and teaching at The North Texas Piano Studio.
Ms. Knox has successfully worked with students of all age levels and experience, from beginners to professionals. Her students have studied and pursued classical singing, opera, baroque and choral singing, as well as “Contemporary Commercial Music” (CCM) styles, which include musical theater, cross-over, jazz, standards, and pop music. Ms. Knox teaches a successful vocal technique which can be used and tailored to different vocal styles.
The foundation for correct vocal technique is found in proper articulation of the vowel, breathing and developing resonance, among other other specific strategies. Ms. Knox likes to stress the fact that learning to sing is essentially the same as learning to play an instrument; practicing successful techniques and applying them to your voice will result in a dramatic difference in the sound, range, power and beauty of your voice, as well as the control you have over it.
Read student testimonials and learn more about Ms. Knox’s teaching and singing by clicking on www.northtexasvoicestudio.com. Please feel free to call her with any questions at: 708-214-2531.
Professional Resume for Elizabeth Hale Knox
Elizabeth Hale Knox, mezzo-soprano, has performed as a soloist with the Chattanooga Opera, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Bach Festival, the Evansville Symphony Orchestra and the Lafayette Bach Chorale Singers. In the Chicago area, she has appeared with Chamber Opera of Chicago, Lincoln Opera, DuPage Opera Theatre, Tower Chorale, the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, the Lake Forest Symphony Orchestra, and on the Sounds of the South Loop Recital Series. She has also appeared on PBS on the Emmy-nominated program, A Renaissance Christmas.
Ms. Knox has been a full-time member of The Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus, The Grant Park Symphony Chorus and Music of the Baroque. She has also performed with The Aspen Music Festival and Blossom Music Festival.
Ms. Knox has held teaching positions at Illinois Benedictine University, The Chicago Academy for the Arts, and The American Conservatory.
Ms. Knox is a member of the The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA), and also The National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS). She has served as a board member on the Chicago Chapter of NATS and as president of the Chicago Singing Teachers Guild.
Ms. Knox received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in vocal performance from The Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
Ms. Knox maintains a private voice studio. Her students have won NATS competitions, been awarded scholarship monies and attained professional placements. For more information, visit www.northtexasvoicestudio.com.