Meet Lizzie Klemperer , professional performer, voice teacher, and new Connecticut resident. All three things are important to people in Westchester plus Fairfield County who love musical theatre.
Klemperer, a distant relation of actor Werner Klemperer and conductor Otto Klemperer, is also the daughter of two musicians. While the pandemic and the birth of her son has slowed down her performing, she is still passionate about bringing music into people’s lives.
As a performer, Klemperer offers appeared on Broadway within School of Rock, Bright Star, A Christmas Story, The Most Happy Fella, Fiorello! , and Me plus My Girl . She appeared in the first national tours associated with The Addams Family and Little House on the Prairie and regionally in Maury Yeston ‘s Titanic, Sunset Boulevard, The Secret Garden, The Music Man, Hair, Big River, Les Miserables , and Somewhere in Time .
The girl has captivated critics with her solo concerts. The lady performed with the Syracuse plus Southwest Florida Symphonies. One critic wrote, “(Her) diamond-bright soprano electrifies a variety of songs… ”
Klemperer taught singing on and off while working upon Broadway plus on tour. During the particular pandemic, she found creative ways to teach singing virtually, but she’s ready, willing, and able to go back to teaching.
She emphasizes “that anybody interested in singing should consider voice training, ” even if it’s just as a hobby. She notes that a lot of adults just want an outlet, especially after the isolation of COVID. “It’s therapeutic. ” The girl also works with kids.
Klemperer’s own background was classical music. “Everyone was expected to learn one way, ” the girl recalls, but “it’s important to do crossover music. ” Almost all the people the lady teaches are interested in pop music and musical theater, which requires the “different technique” than operatic singing. “You have to manage the breath in a different way and be careful not to bring too much weight into your upper register. Start young, ” she advises. “It’s helpful. inch She considers herself “an evidence-based tone of voice teacher” who respects that “no two voices are usually alike. ”
She offers in person private or group lessons at her studio in Stamford or within your home, virtual classes from your home or office, plus master classes at your school, theater. With her amazing voice, the girl also does voice overs – narration, animation, pod casts, video games, and more.
In addition to teaching vocal techniques, she is an audition coach, something that is very useful in Connecticut along with its many theatres. Of course , that part is good for the girl, too, because she would like to work regionally as a performer to accommodate her family life. She is married to former performer Evan Taylor Walker , and sometimes the lady goes by the names Lizzie Klemperer Master or Elizabeth Walker. Whatever you call her, she actually is worth being on your own radar.
How lucky are Connecticut carrying out artists now that there is another expert here to share her expertise and passion? Learn more about her at www.lizzieklemper.com . Follow her on Instagram @lizzieklemperer, Twitter @lizzieklemperer, and Facebook at facebook. com/lizzieklemperer.