Jeremy Sortore is a theater voice specialist with background in functional vocal mechanics, singing, speech, accents, and text. Past teaching positions: American Musical & Dramatic Academy, City College of New York, American Repertory Theater Institute MFA program, Harvard University, the University of Colorado, Southeast Missouri State University. Production coaching: Utah Shakespeare Festival, American Repertory Theater, ART Institute, Moscow Art Theater, Arvada Center Theater Company. Jeremy holds masters degrees in voice & speech pedagogy and classical singing, completed a post-bacc in communication disorders and speech science, and worked as a professional actor for ten years before teaching full-time. He is an associate editor of the Voice & Speech Review, co-editor of the Knight-Thompson Speechwork Blog, and the author of over 25 English translations of opera libretti. Jeremy is a Certified Teacher of Knight-Thompson Speechwork.
MFA Moscow Art Theater (American Repertory Theater Institute/Harvard University); MMus University of Colorado, Boulder; BMus University of Colorado, Boulder.