Bailey Maxfield


Bailey Maxfield - Voice

Bailey Maxfield obtained her Master’s degree in Vocal Performance from Bowling Green State University. A recent graduate, Bailey is excited to begin her teaching career with Richland Academy of the Arts. Her previous experience includes both private teaching and serving as a K-12 substitute teacher. During her degree, she specialized in classical voice and opera, although she also has experience with musical theatre and works in the contemporary “New Music” style. One of the highlights of her time at Bowling Green was her participation in the world premiere of student composed operas as part of the annual MicroOperas program. Bailey also had the ability to make her debut as a stage director as a part of this program, an opportunity she relished and plans to repeat in the future. In 2019, she had the opportunity to participate in acting masterclasses and singer development workshops with Ann Baltz, leader of the OperaWorks workshop.

Bailey’s goal as a teacher is to give her students a thorough understanding and mastery of vocal technique. As a teacher, she primarily follows in the tradition of the Italian “bel canto” school of singing. In addition to vocal technique, she also incorporates instruction of acting, foreign language, and history into her lessons. Her hope is that her students receive a holistic grounding in the discipline and the independence to confidently put into practice what they learn in their lessons. Ultimately, she hopes that her students learn to love and cherish their voice through their lessons.



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