Tony Holt, a former member of the King’s Singers, offers private voice lessons for ages 11 through adult on Thursdays at The Phipps Center for the Arts.
Holt, a native Londoner, was a boy chorister at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth. He was a choir member of Christ Church, Oxford, as well as Chichester Cathedral and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Holt was then a soloist and chorus member of the Montedverdi Choir and the BBC Singers. For 18 years he toured and recorded as first baritone with the King’s Singers. Holt currently teaches voice at St. Olaf College.
His lessons concentrate on singing in a healthy way, and enjoying a repertoire that can range from Bach to Broadway. He encourages singers to perform without tension, to communicate well, and to enjoy their singing.
The fee is $30 per 30-minute lesson.
For further information, contact the center at 715.386.2305.