Receive expert training from our renowned faculty, composed of experienced New York professionals, as you prepare for a career in musical theatre and opera. You’ll benefit from a comprehensive curricula and numerous performance opportunities.
Study voice, acting, movement, auditioning, and business, while achieving a level of performance excellence necessary for a career as a professional vocalist.
With a blend of training in voice, acting, diction, movement, and repertoire, this degree prepares you for a career in recital and concert performance and opera.
Combining intensive vocal training with related academic study, this post-master's advanced certificate expands your knowledge of vocal pedagogy.
Perform in fully staged music theatre productions, develop pedagogical skills for voice, and build a vocal repertoire for teaching in this dual degree.
Prepare for a career as a classical vocal performer and develop pedagogical skills and methods for teaching voice.
News and Events
The Contemporary Vocal Ensemble’s 2022 Fall Concert is the final performance of an ensemble that teaches contemporary singers what to do when they perform live on stage as the lead singer/front person with a band.
Dido & Aeneas offers a stunning combination of music drama inseparably entwined with exquisite choral writing and evocative physical movement.
*Please be aware this production uses flashing lights and loud sound effects.
The 2022 Downbeat award winning NYU Pop/Rock Ensemble will perform at Provincetown Playhouse.
Presenting music from modern day singer/songwriters to classic swing chestnuts, Village Voices will take you on a ride both traditional and soulful.
Presentation included assessing the impact of Vocal Pedagogy outreach activities on geographically, culturally, and economically disadvantaged communities.
Our Steinhardt Vocal Performance undergraduates and graduates performed on Monday, April 18th.
Vocal performance undergraduate seniors and roommates Renee Shohet and Chloe Savit both landed the lead role of Margo in Applause.
Errik Hood, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, baritone and teacher, discusses his passion for opera and how he has adapted his teaching for the coronavirus pandemic.
The program has launched a new video series, “Inside the Virtual Classroom.”