Presenter Profile

Tim Evanicki

Guest Artist, The College Audition

Tim Evanicki is a celebrated Juilliard-educated voice teacher and singer, who has traveled extensively, singing on some of the world’s most prestigious stages.

With 16 years experience as a vocal coach, Tim has prepared his students go on to follow in his footsteps, attending some of the nation’s leading music schools and musical theater programs.

Tim has been preparing students for their college auditions for 15 years. His clients have been admitted to NYU Tisch, NYU Steinhardt, Carnegie Mellon, Point Park, Baldwin Wallace, CCM, Boston Conservatory, Syracuse, Pace, and other top musical theatre programs across the country. He is author of the book “The College Audition: A Guide for High School Students Pursuing a Degree in Theatre.”

 

He has worked extensively as a master class clinician and adjudicator, working with soloists and choirs for the Florida State Thespian Conference, The Florida Vocal Association, The Miss America Organization, The Cinderella International Scholarship Pageant, The Florida Theatre Conference, Edgewater High School’s “Flying High” ensemble, and the Lake Highland Preparatory School Choirs. As a musical director, Tim has worked with Oviedo High School, Winter Springs High School, Winter Park High School, The Winter Park Playhouse, The Master Class Academy, In the Limelight, The Downstairs Cabaret Theatre in Rochester, NY, and Buck’s Rock Performing and Creative Arts Camp in New Milford, CT.

Tim's Workshops


    Above the Belt: Singing Legit Musical Theatre For Sopranos

    Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced / , , Musical Theatre, , , / Regular

    It seems like a rare, dying breed, but there is still a need for legit sopranos in Musical Theatre! It is important that you explore and work this register, and not just be concerned with belting your face off! In fact, developing your head voice will actually help IMPROVE your belt. Whether or not you are a pro, or someone who struggles with singing in your head voice, this master class is for YOU! Bring 16-32 bars of a classic Broadway or soprano song, and an accompaniment track.