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Any, Classical, Early Music, New Music, Pop & Rock, Traditional Folk (Us/Int)

Meghan Dibble

(2010) Meghan Dibble, mezzo soprano, has been teaching voice for 10 years. After she received a BA from California State University, East Bay she attended the master’s program at Northwestern University where she specialized in vocal pedagogy finding her influences in the pedagogies of Richard Miller and Willam Vennard as well as the writings on voice from the Bel Canto era. Ms. Dibble is a board member of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), a member of Opera American and a member of The Etude Club of Berkeley.

Ms. Dibble is also a local classical singer whose roles include Ruth (The Pirates of Penzance), Old Lady (Candide), Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Mercedes (Carmen), Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte), Suzuki (Madam Butterfly), and Mrs. Page (The Merry Wives of Windsor). She sings with Lamplighters, San Luis Obispo Opera, Pocket Opera, West Bay Opera, and as a new music enthusiast, Goat Hall Production’s San Francisco Cabaret Opera.

Her website is: www.meghandibble.com/vocalstudio.