Regardless of your musical preference, your voice is yours alone, and a healthy technique is applicable to any genre. My lessons focus on the principals of the primal singing voice and the relationship between the body and the instrument. Incorporated in my lessons are ear training, sight reading, and musicianship skills to develop the Whole Musician. I feel that creativity, exploration and intentionality are the core values of an honest musician. Therefore, I promote a safe space where singers are encouraged to be daring, expressive, and make mistakes. Finally, I also offer career mentorship and audition preparation for the next step in your musical career.
Singing & Voice Lessons
Described by the New York Times as a “lovely, tender high tenor” in one concert and “appropriately brash” in another, Owen McIntosh is widely know for the color and creativity he brings to the stage as a soloist and chamber musician. Recent solo engagements include; the modern premiere of Aliotti’s oratorio Santa Rosalia with New York Baroque Incorporated, Bach’s St. John Passion with Tenet, Mozart's Die Zauberflöte with Boston Baroque, Haydn's Chamber opera L'isola Disabitata with the American Classical Orchestra, the Monteverdi Vespers of 1610 with Apollo's Fire and Green Mountain Project, Bach's' St. Matthew passion with Grand Rapids Symphony, and a performance and Grammy nominated recording of il Ritorno d'Ulisse in Patria with Boston Baroque.