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BM, Universidad Iberoamericana, International Relations
BM, Manhattan School of Music, Music
Manhattan School of Music Scholarship 70%
José Mojica Prize at the Opera San Miguel Concurso National Contest, Mexico
I am very passionate about music and of course singing, and I also love to teach and make people the best they can be. I graduated from Manhattan School of Music with a Bachelors in Music. I have been teaching for a year an a half in public schools and privately either in person or online. I have done concerts all over Europe, Mexico and the USA. I will be singing The Magic Flute as Tamino by Mozart in August here in NYC at the National Opera Theater with a full Orchestra. Internationally acclaimed tenor, Juan Del Bosco made his debut at Carnegie Hall and Apolo Theater in 2016 and has performed at Palacio de Bellas Artes (Mexico City) and Lincoln Center in years past. Mr. Del Bosco frequently performed for European media outlets and royalty. He also performed the Mexican National Anthem at Tennis’ Davis Cup. He won the José Mojica Price for the best tenor at Concurso San Miguel, one of the most prestigious competitions in Latin America. The Mexican tenor Juan Del Bosco has sung, the title role in Haydn’s Orlando Paladino, Riunuccio (Gianni Schicchi), King Artbano (La Dorichlea), The Duke (Rigoletto), Roméo (Roméo et Julieta), Faust (Faust), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), Canio (I Pagliacci), and Eisenstein (Die Fledermaus). Juan Del Bosco is the Founder and President of International Sumner Opera Festival of Morelia, which its first year become the 3rd largest Festival in Mexico. Mr. Del Bosco is also the Founder of Passion for the Opera,
I have been teaching since college to middle high school and high school students. I taught at public and private schools also. I have been teaching voice for around almost 10 years, all genres and styles as I believe the process (technique) of singing is the same, starting from the breathing and supporting the voice to the preparation of the dramatic performance of each song (or how are you going to perform it, interpretation) it’s a long process but amazingly worth it. I teach privately all ages and backgrounds.
The vocal security of the students is important and necessary at all costs and all the time. I solve little problems to make a big impact on the voice. I start every class warming up, and with every class we increase the vocal range with certain exercises depending on the level and age of the student. I was so lucky to be taught by the Metropolitan Opera Star Mignon Dunn, who is a Mezzo-soprano that sang 40 years in the Met with Placido Domingo, José Carreras, Frnaco Corelli, Kiri Te Kanawa, Luciano Pavarotti; the latter taught her the technique she passed to me.
It's so important for both teacher and student to be confident. I encourage everyone, because if everyone knows how to speak and shout then everyone has a voice to sing. Safety is my philosophy, but for intermediate and experienced singers risk is what allows you to cross the line from good to amazing. I set goals within the first two or three classes when I start to know your voice; from then I state that we will work, for example, in the vowel A, or in diction, or in breathing, etc. I focus on little problems to solve the big ones and to have a big increase of vocal talent.
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