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Ted D. Wylie

Ted D. Wylie Dr. Wylie is Professor of Music and Coordinator of International Studies in Music at the Belmont University School of Music. He teaches studio voice, vocal diction, opera literature and graduate song literature. He received his Doctor of Music and Master of Music degrees from Indiana University and his Bachelor of Music w/Honors from Oklahoma Baptist University. He was a student of Eileen Farrell at Indiana University and has had further study with Carol Smith-Zanforlin (Zurich), Paul Matthen, Walter Bricht, Frank St. Leger, Edwin McArthur and Margaret Harshaw.

Dr. Wylie’s coordination of the International Studies Program has resulted in study opportunities for students at the Russian Academy of Music in Moscow, the St. Petersburg Conservatory, the Hochschule fuer Musik in Dresden, Germany, Conservatory of Angers, Angers, France and the Center for Music Studies in Florence, Italy.

Dr. Wylie has performed with the Indianapolis Opera, the New Orleans Opera, Gulf Coast Opera, the Nashville Opera, Tennessee Opera Theater, the Nashville Symphony, the New Orleans Symphony, the Indianapolis Symphony, the Houston Symphony, the Oklahoma City Symphony, Symphony Ecoutez of New Orleans and several European venues. Among his roles are Max (Der Freischuetz), Manrico (Il Trovatore), Des Grieux (Manon Lescaut), Pinkerton (Madam Butterfly), Dick Johnson (La Fanciulla del West), Tamino (Die Zauberfloete) as well as numerous comprimario roles.

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