Sheldon Miller

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Professor of Vocal Coaching

PDipCCPA (Chicago)

Email: [email protected]

Sheldon Miller’s operatic credits as a coach and répétiteur include Washington National Opera, Santa Fe Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, San Diego Opera, Dallas Opera, Opera North (UK)/(Chorus Master and répétiteur), Lyric Opera of Chicago, Opera Omaha, Opera Colorado, Kentucky Opera, Des Moines Metro Opera, Virginia Opera, and Central City Opera.

He has worked as a répétiteur on a wide variety of operatic repertoire including Three Decembers, Carmen, Silent Night, Tosca, The Merry Widow, As One, The Pirates of Penzance, Ariadne auf Naxos, The Burning Fiery Furnace, Flight, The Invention of Morel, The Fairy Queen, La Voix Humaine, The Grapes of Wrath, Gianni Schicchi, Aida, La Traviata, Die Zauberflöte, A Flowering Tree, Bluebeard’s Castle, La Fanciulla del West, Macbeth, Die Fledermaus, Arabella, Manon Lescaut, Cold Sassy Tree, Turandot, Nabucco, King Roger, Le nozze di Figaro, Giasone, Mosè in Egitto , Moscow: Cheryomushki, Maometto II, Tosca, Anna Bolena, Doubt, Hamlet, Peter Grimes, Roméo et Juliette, La Rondine, L’Amico Fritz, Médée, Suor Angelica, Otello, Mansfield Park and Partenope among many, many others.

Sheldon has worked regularly with many international artists including Frederica von Stade, Christine Brewer, Carl Tanner, Denyce Graves, Erin Morley, Patricia Racette, Mariusz Kwiecień, Jacquelyn Wagner, So Young Park, Greer Grimsley, and Sasha Cooke.

As a collaborative pianist, Sheldon has been broadcast extensively across the USA and has performed in many world-renowned concert halls and venues.

As well as working with high level professional musicians, Sheldon has extensive experience coaching young singers enrolled on various Young Artists Programmes in the USA and Europe.  Since 2018 he has been a full-time member of the music staff in the School of Vocal Studies and Opera at the Royal Northern College of Music.  Sheldon will be joining the Dallas Opera in 2022 as music staff on Flight by Jonathan Dove, conducted by Emmanuel Villaume.