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2016

Michael

Instructor

Teaches Piano, Voice

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About Michael

Michael Wisnosky is a singer, composer, and teacher from Philadelphia. As a  Bass-Baritone, Michael maintains an active schedule of performances around the tristate area. His major credits include Jesus Christ Super Star (Caiaphas), L’Enfant et les Sortilèges (L’arbre), La Traviata (Dottore Grenvil), Die Zauberflöte (Sarastro), and Carl Orff’s Der Mond (4th Bursche). Michael has also appeared as a soloist for major concerts, including Monteverdi’s Vespers (Westminster Choral Festival), Durufle’s Requiem (Cantus Novus), and the premiere of Eric Houghton’s Pioneer Songs, with the Westminster Community Orchestra. He received his Bachelors in Music Composition from Moravian College (2015), and his Masters in Voice Performance & Pedagogy from Westminster Choir College (2018).

Michael was also a 2016 Young Artist in the CoOPERAtive program, a premiere opera training program. In 2013, he co-created and edited a modern performing edition of J.A. Hasse’s La Spartana Generosa, and the following summer performed in the first public production of the opera since 1747. As a member of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, Michael has had the privilege of performing under the batons of major conductors including Alan Gilbert, Charles Dutoit and, Yannick Nézet-Séguin with their respective orchestras. 

Michael offers lessons in voice, piano, composition, theory, and conducting at Music & Arts’ Princeton location. His curricula maintains structure, while still allowing for students to explore whatever music genre they wish. Michael’s teaching fosters well-rounded musicality, technical excellence, and open communication.

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