Meredith Pyle: Musical Theater Studio Class
4:30 - 6:00pm
541 Lasuen Mall, Stanford, CA 94305
Campbell Recital Hall
Join Meredith Pyle for a workshop-style, interactive class where she will apply tools and strategies for communicating song through the art of connection, both with one’s self and with an audience. She will employ actionable tools to cultivate bravery in the voice studio. This interactive workshop will be followed by a voice clinic where Meredith will coach four singer participants on selected material.
Meredith Pyle Pedley is a Los Angeles-based professional singer, teacher, on-camera actress, and vocal contractor. Originally from Houston, TX, she received her Masters from Oklahoma City University’s prestigious Music Theatre program. While at OCU, Meredith thrived as a standout performer starring in several musicals and operas. She was a student of legendary voice teacher Dr. Florence Birdwell and has performed all over the country at concert halls, as well as on film and television.
Meredith works primarily as a SAG-AFTRA session singer and is known for her “vocal chameleon” versatility, clear communicative style, comedic tendencies, and strong musicianship. She can be seen and heard on projects such as Hocus Pocus 2, Doctor Strange, Frozen 2, Elena of Avalor, and (a personal favorite) belting out “Memory” on Ellen, just to name a few. On stage, recent performances include Sondheim’s A Little Night Music at Greenway Court, Kurt Weill’s Lost in the Stars directed by Anne Bogart, and Rockwell Table & Stage’s Jagged Little Pill. Meredith has performed with the LA Philharmonia and LA Master Chorale. She is currently a member of the choral ensemble Tonality, using the art of choral music to promote social justice. In addition to her singing work, Meredith teaches at USC, Pepperdine, and Harvard-Westlake School. She is an active member of the National Association for Teachers of Singing (NATS) and has a thriving private voice studio where she promotes the balance between function and artistry. Recently, Meredith has presented and performed at the NATS national conference in Chicago, IL. She now serves as an adjudicator and board member for the NATS National Music Theatre competition.
- Free admission
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