I teach voice to all levels, and believe that a strong healthy understanding of the basics of singing can allow you to achieve your best success, whatever musical style you choose.
"[Caitlin] really knew how to improve my technique and range. I liked that each week we could talk about something else going on in our lives that created a good bond." -15 year-old student
"Sophia's voice matured significantly through her lessons with you." -Student parent
"Every week we focused on one or maybe two things that we could make better, and when one exercise or visualization wasn't working, we'd try a different approach." - Adult student
Read about a former student's recent success in the
Herald Independent of Madison, WI
EDUCATION AND PUBLICATIONS:
Caitlin received her masters degree in Opera from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as bachelor degrees in both Vocal Performances and Biology from Lawrence University. She is a published researcher in vocal health and the effects of singing on the immune system.
Beck, Robert J., Terry L. Gottfried, David J. Hall, Caitlin A. Cisler, and Kenneth W. Bozeman (2006) "Supporting the Health of College Solo Singers: The Relationship of Positive Emotions and Stress to Changes in Salivary IgA and Cortisol during Singing", Journal for Learning through the Arts: A Research Journal on Arts Integration in Schools and Communities: Vol. 2: No. 1, Article 19