Strelo-Smith, Michael

Strelo-Smith, Michael

Education and Background

Michael Strelo-Smith was first seen by international television audiences as a finalist on seasons 2 and 3 of NBC/Universal’s America’s Got Talent. Credits include Archibald Craven (THE SECRET GARDEN); Count Carl-Magnus (A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC) - 2017 Broadway World SF nomination Best Featured Actor; Panch (25th ANNUAL…SPELLING BEE) - 2016 Broadway World SF nomination Best Featured Actor; Sharpless (MADAMA BUTTERFLY); Horace Tabor (THE BALLAD OF BABY DOE); and Pooh-Bah (THE MIKADO). Additional credits include solo appearances at Boston Symphony Hall, Alice Tully Hall, and Carnegie Hall.

Mr. Strelo-Smith holds a BFA in Musical Performance summa cum laude and an MFA candidate in Musical Performance from Notre Dame de Namur University.

2018 included performances in Scotland and Germany.

Teaching Philosophy

“My goal as a teacher is to encourage each of my students to celebrate their voice and individual sound. Whether students have a drive to pursue a career in music or become the audiences and arts supporters of the future, each singer deserves a chance to get to know their voice. Through an understanding of breath, the basic mechanics of the voice, a connection to text and poetry, students of all ages have the ability to grow and thrive to become an empowered singer.”


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