Honoring the Masters. Sharing the Journey.

Historical

This section lists Vocal Pedagogues that are no longer with us, but whose contributions to the world of vocology were highly influential.

Francesco Lamperti

“The greatest of all teachers was Lamperti. With his death closed the era of the school of composition which inspired the greatest of teachers to

Giovanni Battista Lampereti

Giovanni Battista Lamperti

“It is an important matter to train the voice in flexibility. Even voices which are naturally rebellious and heavy are sure to gain by it

Mathilde Marchesi in 1897

Mathilde Marchesi

“Important, also, is the special gift that lies in the ear—of discerning the real nature of the voice—all its possibilities, and its future line in

Dr. Dudley Ralph Appleman

Dr. Dudley Ralph Appelman

“… science and the art of singing are wholly compatible, for art is objective and subjective, scientific and aesthetic.” – Dr. Dudley Ralph Appelman Born

Lilli Lehmann

Lilli Lehmann

“Technique is inseparable from art. Only by mastering the technique of his material is the artist in a condition to mould his mental work of