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Voice pedagogue and tenor John Nix leads a master class for the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Voice Department. Nix is a professor of voice and voice pedagogy at the University of Texas at San Antonio. His current and former students have sung with the Santa Fe, Arizona, Chautauqua, St. Louis, Nevada, Omaha, and San Antonio opera companies, and two have served as NATS intern master teachers. In addition to his active voice teaching studio, Nix performs research in voice pedagogy, literature, and acoustics, having produced 50 published articles and nine book chapters. He also cochairs the NATS Voice Science Advisory Committee, is an associate editor for The Journal of Singing, and is a member of the American Academy of Teachers of Singing.
Nix is editor and annotator of From Studio to Stage: Repertoire for the Voice (Scarecrow, 2002), vocal music editor for the Oxford Handbook of Music Education (OUP, 2012), a general editor for the Oxford Handbook of Singing (OUP, 2019), and coeditor for the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Voice Pedagogy (OUP, 2025).
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