Voice Faculty

Alison Wedding

Assistant Professor, Voice
awedding@berklee.edu | 617 747-2836
  • B.M., University of North Texas, vocal jazz
  • Recordings include The Secret (ABC Jazz) and Sometimes I Feel (Jazzhead)


Patrice Williamson

Associate Professor, Voice

"I teach private instruction in the Voice Department as well as a couple of ensembles, an R&B class, and a mixed-style class, both with improvisation. I pretty much cover the gamut, which is a reflection of my own singing life. In fact, last weekend I had a jazz gig with my vocal trio Friday night, then Saturday morning I sang with my gospel choir for a special service, Saturday night I had a pop and R&B gig for a wedding, and Sunday afternoon I perfomed show tunes with my musical theater group."


Kathryn Wright

Professor, Voice
kwright@berklee.edu | 617 747-8126

"Unlike instrumentalists, singers must communicate not only through music, but additionally, through words. Singers are actors as well as musicians and must reveal the emotions behind the lyrics as well as the passion of the musical phrase. Good technical development is not an end unto itself. It is a means for empowering the singer to express those emotions freely and poignantly."