Kenneth Bryson is a highly skilled and passionate teacher committed to maintaining the highest standards of excellence in his studio. Mr. Bryson teaches healthy, sustainable vocal technique in a supportive environment to help students reach their potential in a variety of genres, including classical, musical theatre, and pop. Mr. Bryson brings to his teachings a wealth of training and performance experience, over 25 different operatic and musical theater roles, as well as more than a hundred recitals and concerts throughout the U.S. and abroad. He maintains an active performance schedule in conjunction with his teaching.
Mr. Bryson currently maintains a full private vocal studio in New Jersey. He has also served as a guest vocal clinician for several area choral programs. He is a full and active member of NYSTA and NATS, which selected him for its competitive and prestigious Intern Program in 2010. He has also appeared as a guest adjudicator for several national voice competitions, including The Greater Houston Chapter of NATS Classical Voice Competition. Mr. Bryson has also done extensive research on teaching music to students with dyslexia and is frequently being sought after for his work in the field. His article, "Teaching a Student with Dyslexia" originally published in the NATS March 2013 Journal of Singing has garnered much support and attention from some of the industries leading experts from around the world. Most recently Mr. Bryson's studio were invited featured performers at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Students' recent accomplishments include acceptance into the All-Eastern Choir, NJ All-State and Regional choruses, school select choirs and musical theater productions, summer programs at the Paper Mill Playhouse and CAP21, and prestigious college music and drama programs, including The Boston Conservatory, Point Park University, Manhattan School of Music, Indiana University-Jacobs School of Music, Northwestern, Ithaca College, New York University, Westminster Choir College, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and many others.