15 Jun 2008 @ 3:00 PM 

Barbara DeMaio Caprilli, Master Voice Teacher and Internationally Acclaimed Opera Singer, is proud to announce the opening of her new private voice studio. She will teach you how to sing like a pro, selecting the repertoire right for your voice and age. She is the Director of the American Singers’ Opera Project of North Carolina and Voice Teacher at the University of Central Oklahoma. She resides in Oklahoma City, which is a crucial location that serves a vast area

Singing is a serious business and only Master Teachers should approach teaching. Barbara DeMaio Caprilli has studied voice with Florence Birdwell, who taught and mentored famous singers such as Kristen Chenoweth and Kelly O’Hara among others, including Ms. Caprilli herself. She also studied with Nancy Stokes Milnes who helped her finding the right repertoire and launched Ms. Caprilli’s International opera career. Having lived in Italy more than 16 years, Ms. Caprilli has reached a high level of perfection both in singing and coaching Italian and Italian repertoire for singers.

Her love for Musical Theater gave her the passion for teaching this discipline, especially belting. Her pedagogy is Internationally recognized. She teaches all over the world; while in Italy she replaced Maestro Carlo Bergonzi during his sabbatical from Fondazione Toscanini. She holds a BM and MM in Voice Performance from Oklahoma City University and DMA Vocal Pedagogy Candidate at Shenandoah Conservatory.

For more information please visit Ms. Caprilli’s voice studio web site


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  1. Suzanne Wilkinson says:

    Haha! Funny. Hi, I am interested in starting voice lessons with a professional as yourself. I am 48. I studied with Dr Corre Brusse from New England Music Conservatory 10 years ago for about 5 years. My voice is better now, but extremely out of shape. I love Italian music and have studied it. Passionate about music. My voice is a rich soprano. But need a great teacher to help me reach my potential.

    Suzanne W

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