Voice

Christina

Christina

 

 

Christina Starks has been singing since she was four years old in the church. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in music from Meredith College with a professional performance certificate in vocal performance. She was a choral scholar at Edenton Street United Methodist Church. In 2013 she was a featured soprano soloist during the Piccolo Spoleto at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina. She has performed in numerous operas over the past few years including Benjamin Britten’s Albert Herring as Nancy and The Mikado as Yum-Yum. She is also a part of the North Carolina Opera chorus. She has a passion to teach young singers and is committed to help young singers achieve their true potential in music.

 

Mary Beth

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Mary Beth Cameron grew up in Rocky Mount, NC. She began her musical career with Suzuki Violin at the age of three years old, and shortly afterward, began to pursue her aspirations as a singer. Mary Beth received her collegiate education at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC having pursued a Bachelor of the Arts in Music, with an additional Certificate in Professional Vocal Performance. Mary Beth has performed in several musicals and operas, including but not limited to, Hairspray (Louann), Rodger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Cinderella), Dido and Aeneas (Belinda), and Albert Herring (Emmie). Mary Beth has traveled to Italy twice studying musical theatre and opera. While in Italy, she was cast in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro as Barbarina and performed alongside some of Italy’s greatest musicians. Mary Beth was a winner of the 2013 Concert Aria Competition at Meredith College, earning the opportunity to perform an aria with the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra. Mary Beth was one of the top 14 finalists in the 2016 National Association of Singers Competition in the Collegiate Musical Theater Category. Mary Beth is passionate about teaching lessons that are rooted in healthy technique while celebrating each of her student’s musical interest.”