Classical Voice Instructors
Private Lessons Instructor, Soprano
Andrea Ehrenreich has appeared in recital throughout the United States, as well as in Germany, Austria, France, Ireland, Poland, Hong Kong, Indonesia, New Zealand and India. She has appeared as a guest soloist with such highly acclaimed organizations as the Cleveland Orchestra, the Sinfonieorchester Leonberg, the Miami Symphony, the St. Cecilia Orchestra of Dublin, the Boston Chamber Orchestra, the Stuttgarter Bach Collegium, the Back Bay Chorale of Boston, the MIT Symphony Orchestra, the New World Symphony, and with the Buffalo Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra and Summer Pops Orchestra.
As an advocate of American music, Ms. Ehrenreich has toured the South Pacific and the Far East under the auspices of the United States Information Agency's Artistic Ambassador Program. The recital tour included highlights from American opera, art song, and musical theatre. Ms. Ehrenreich gave concerts in New Zealand, Indonesia and India to enthusiastic critical acclaim.
Her extensive oratorio credits include performances of Orff's Carmina Burana with the Back Bay Chorale of Boston, Handel's Messiah with the Stuttgarter Bach Collegium and the Miami Symphony, Haydn's Creation and Brahms' Requiem with the St. Cecilia Orchestra of Dublin, Haydn's Theresienmesse with members of the New World Symphony, Goodman's Kaddish at Marsh Chapel at Boston University, the Mozart Requiem with the Cleveland Orchestra's PAND Festival, Haydn's The Seasons with Assabet Valley Mastersingers, as well as the Bach's Magnificat and the Vivaldi Gloria. Recently, Ms. Ehrenreich performed Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Op. 24 with the Tufts University Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Ehrenreich has been featured on live radio broadcasts of National Public Radio, Art of the States, RTHK-Hong Kong, and the internationally syndicated "Voice of America."
As a promoter of new music, Ms. Ehrenreich has premiered works composed expressly for her by Andrew Vores, Donald Hagar, Marusya Nainggolan, David Gallagher, Uli Süsse, and Mathias Schneider. In addition to numerous performances of contemporary music, she has also premiered works by John McDonald, Marti Epstein, Persis Vehar, John Yukashi and Julian Wachner.
Ms. Ehrenreich has enjoyed success in the operatic field as well. Her most recent performances include the roles of "Marie" in The Bartered Bride by Smetana, "the First Lady" in Mozart's The Magic Flute, "Norina" in Donizetti's Don Pasquale, and "Susanna" in Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro.
“A voice imbued with theatrical intensity and shimmering beauty.” Globe and Mail
“A lush voice and hidden reserves of power.” The New Yorker
A Sullivan Foundation award winner, Kathleen Flynn has sung under the baton of Seiji Ozawa, Julius Rudel, Robert Spano, Christopher Hogwood, Mario Bernardi, and Jane Glover. She has performed with Chicago Opera Theater, at the National Arts Center of Ottawa with the Winnipeg Ballet, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Juilliard Theater, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, and Alice Tully Hall. Kathleen Flynn holds degrees from Stony Brook University (DMA), Juilliard (MA and JOC), University of Toronto (Performance Diploma), and Dalhousie University (BMUS). Recent performances include performances at the Carmel Bach Festival in Carmel, CA; with Emmanuel Music in Boston, MA; Luminous Voices in Calgary, Canada; with Fugue Mill, a Boston based eclectic fusion ensemble; and collaborating on a new improvisation-based opera drömseminarium/dreamseminar in Trondheim, Norway. Kathleen is an Artist Fellow at the St. Botolph Club in Boston, MA. She is a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique and is on faculty at Berklee College of Music, Boston Conservatory ay Berklee, and Tufts University in Boston, MA.
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Peruvian-American tenor Christopher Sierra is recognized for his artistic sensitivity and versatility in repertoire ranging from classical, musical theatre, to contemporary commercial music. They have performed with opera companies and orchestras throughout the United States, including Opera Philadelphia, Santa Fe Opera, Opera New Jersey, Spoleto Festival USA, New York Lyric Opera Theatre, Princeton Festival Opera, the United Nations Symphony Orchestra, etc. They are a founding member of the Vocalis Consort, an ensemble dedicated to exposing audiences to song recitals that extend beyond the traditional Western European canon. Dr. Sierra has been invited to present lectures and masterclasses at College Conservatories and Universities both in the United States and abroad, including Boston Conservatory, The Hartt School of Music, Stanford University, University of The Bahamas, Iceland University of the Arts, etc. His notable research and presentations address crossing genres, culturally responsive teaching, performance anxiety, and vocal pedagogy for gender expansive singers. Dr. Sierra holds a doctorate of musical arts degree in voice performance from Rutgers University, a master of education degree in music education from Columbia University, a master of music degree in classical voice performance from Manhattan School of Music, and bachelor of music degrees in music education and voice performance from Westminster Choir College.