John Nix Voice Studio
John Nix, Tenor, is Associate Professor of Voice and Vocal Pedagogy at the University of Texas at San Antonio, coordinator of the Vocal Area for the 2011-2014 academic years, and founding director of the UTSA Vocal Arts Laboratory. Previously he was on the staff of the National Center for Voice and Speech in Denver, where he worked with Ingo Titze. Mr. Nix has also served on the music faculties of The University of Colorado at Denver and Eastern New Mexico University. He holds degrees in Arts Administration from Florida State University, in Vocal Performance from the University of Georgia and the University of Colorado at Boulder, and Certification in Vocology from the University of Iowa. At Colorado, he studied voice and pedagogy with the late Barbara Doscher and the Alexander Technique with James Brody.
I provide private and university-based voice instruction in classical and legit musical theater singing. I take serious students by audition, and am available for masterclasses and pedagogical presentations.