There will be one 23-minute lesson per week.
The cost is twenty dollars per lesson.
Monthly payments in the form of check or money order are due to the lesson teacher at the beginning of each month. This will usually be $80.
Attend recitals scheduled during the year.
Come to the lesson prepared, with a cooperative and respectful attitude.
Bring all assigned materials to each lesson.
Recommended practice time is twenty minutes per day, five days per week. More time may be necessary for those preparing for auditions or tryouts.
If an unavoidable situation arises making it impossible to continue lessons, the student is expected to finish the lessons for the month that is paid for (no refunds).
If expectations are not met, the teacher may choose to discontinue lessons after finishing the month that is paid for.
Excused absences will be made up per the teacher’s schedule.
If a teacher cannot make up a lesson, they may elect to credit the lesson back.
In the event the teacher must be absent, notification will be made and lessons made up at the earliest possible time.
LISD Private Vocal Instructors
Lovejoy High School
Lovejoy High School
As a student at SMU, Glenn performed various roles such as Mr. Jenks (The Tender Land), Foreman of the Jury (Trial by Jury), and Count Almaviva (Le Nozze di Figaro). He was a guest artist at the 2010 Georgetown Festival of the Arts performing Grandpa from The Tender Land and was also a guest artist alumnus for SMU’s 2013 production of Albert Herring where he played the role of Superintendent Budd. During his time at USC, Glenn worked on every main stage production, performing Mr. Jones and the Prosecution Counsel in Henze’s The English Cat and King Thoas in Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride. During Glenn’s final semester at USC, he performed in the premier musical presentation of Frau Schindler, libretto by USC Opera Director, Ken Cazan, and finished his masters performing the role of Truffaldin in Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos. Glenn has also been a young artist for the Opera Theater of Pittsburgh in the summer of 2015. During his time there, he played the part of Arthur Begman in the world premier of Gilda Lyon’s A New Kind of Fallout as well as the role of Figaro in an updated and English translated version of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro.
Through his journey with music, Glenn has had the opportunity to experience the world of classical music in its many different facets. Glenn has also gained experiences off stage, where he has received training in stage directing which led to his participation in directing an undergraduate student performance group, the Thronton Chamber Opera, at USC. During his final semester of graduate work, Glenn worked as the Marketing & Patron Services intern with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. In July 2016, Glenn along with his friends and colleagues founded a new Los Angeles based opera company, “Livin’ the Dream Opera”. They produced and performed Mozart’s Così fan tutte in which Glenn played the role of Don Alfonso.
Glenn has now returned to Dallas to continue to pursue his passions of singing, stage directing and teaching.
Lovejoy High School
Willow Springs Middle School
Sloan Creek Intermediate School
and contests, and earn medals, trophies, and other awards for excellence in music. Students from Mrs. Seibert’s studio enjoy a very high rate of success in competitive auditions, including the All-Region and Texas All-State choir auditions. Her students have won several awards and cash prizes at various local and state competitions. Her students have been accepted to sing at various prestigious summer vocal training programs, and have been awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarship money to sing at many prestigious music universities and conservatories throughout the country. Many of her former students have gone on to enjoy successful careers in music, winning national and international competitions, as well as performing in recitals, operas, and musicals throughout the United States and in Europe.