Jaclyn Kurtz-Voice

Jaclyn began her career as a vocalist with the Summit Choral Society, performing across the United States and Europe in their Touring Ensemble. She received a bachelor’s degree in music education from the University of Mount Union and master’s degrees in vocal performance and music theory from Kent State University. Jaclyn taught elementary general music, junior high school choir, and high school choir at St. Peter’s Catholic School in Mansfield, Ohio. She studied music theory and vocal performance at the University of Oregon before returning to Northeast Ohio. As a private teacher, she’s taught seven-year- olds, retirees, and every age group in between. Her musical focus is on art song, particularly German art songs of the Romantic period.

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