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Liesl M. Dromi, M.Mus., is a classically trained soprano and voice educator currently on faculty at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, AR. Ms. Dromi has years of experience teaching functional technique and expressive musicianship for all voice types and singing styles. She is a full member of NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing).

Recent projects:

  • Director: “[title of show]” by Jeff Bowen & Hunter Bell, presented March 13 & 15, 2018 (John Brown University Musical Theatre)
  • Director: “Sandy’s Wilson’s The Boy Friend” by Sandy Wilson, presented Oct. 27-28 and Nov. 3-4, 2017 (John Brown University Musical Theatre)
  • Joint Voice Recital with S. Michael Shuman, baritone, and Hannah Mindeman, piano, presented October 1, 2017, featuring works by Mozart, Meyerbeer, R. Strauss, and Milhaud

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Liesl M. Dromi, lyric coloratura soprano, is currently Assistant Professor of Music at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, AR. She holds an M.Mus. in Vocal Pedagogy from Belmont University and a B.A. in Music (vocal performance) from John Brown University.

Ms. Dromi studied voice with Dr. Kristi Whitten, Paul Smith, and Dr. Yvonne Dechance. She studied vocal pedagogy and voice science with Dr. Jennifer Coleman (Belmont University) and Jennifer Muckala, M.A., CCC-SLP (Vanderbilt Voice Center). Additionally, she has completed and received certification in all three levels of Somatic Voicework(tm): The LoVetri Method.

Ms. Dromi has over 10 years of experience as a voice educator and has taught singers of all ages and backgrounds in classical and commercial styles. She has been on faculty at John Brown University since 2014, where she enjoys teaching a robust applied voice studio, diction, vocal pedagogy, commercial voice, and musical theatre workshop. Ms. Dromi’s students are regularly finalists and semi-finalists in National Association of Teachers of Singing student competitions.

Ms. Dromi is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, The Voice Foundation, and Musical Theatre Educators Alliance.