CAYLA ROSCHÉ, SOPRANO
Teaches: Voice, Piano, and Icelandic Lyric Diction
No matter your level or experience, I’m here to give you the professional and artistic attention you deserve.
An Inclusive Music Teacher and Performer
I believe it is important to be a lifelong learner and I hope to pass this on to my students. In 2020 I finished my Doctorate in Voice Performance at the University of Wisconsin-Madison focusing on Icelandic Voice Repertoire. I’ve been singing for as long as I can remember and teaching since 2009. I can’t imagine doing anything else. My personal philosophy is that every person has a unique voice that deserves to be heard, if even just by their cat! Most of the time the biggest barrier people have with singing is lack of self confidence and the ability to be vulnerable. I have a lot of experience helping people work through these barriers in a way that can be applied to other facets of their life. I am also interested in created well rounded singers so students in my studio are always working on a variety of musical styles. I am comfortable teaching Contemporary Commercial Music, Pop, Bel Canto, and Opera. One of my favorite parts of teaching is working with a singer who finds a song that they connect with on a personal level. Music is a universal language that brings people closer together and I’m so grateful that through singing I get to hear the stories of so many people. This is why I make music and this is also why I teach. Starting in the Fall of 2023 I will begin teaching at Lawrence University Conservatory of Music in Appleton, Wi as well as the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.