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Edith Bers 
Degrees and Studies: 
B.S., Brandeis U.; M.A., Columbia U. Studied voice with Tourel, Callas, Popper, Berl, Guth, Faull, Cuenod, Brown, Hotter, Stader; acting with Stella Adler.
Biographical Information:
Opera, recitals, concerts, college concert tours. U.S. premiere of Schumann's Des Sangers Fluch; television production of Britten's The Turn of the Screw. Auditor for N.Y.S. Council on the Arts. Master classes: Symposium on the Care of the Professional Voice, Metropolitan Opera Auditions, Korean Broadcasting System. Judge: Concert Artists Guild, Metropolitan Opera Auditions, Queen Elizabeth International Music Competition (Belgium). Quoted in Opera News, The Wall Street Journal, Lettre du Musicien. Faculty, Manhattan School of Music since 1983.
The Juilliard School:
Faculty since 1985; chair, voice department, 1991-95.  
Cynthia Hoffmann 
Degrees and Studies: 
B.M., U. of Redlands; M.A., Columbia U.; Prof. Studies, U. of Southern California. Voice with D. Ferro, B. P. Johnson, O. Brown, Juilliard; M. Schaper, U.S.C.; M. Harshaw and V. Rozsa, London. Acting with S. Meisner, Neighborhood Playhouse; W. Handman, American Place Theater. Coaching: Cuenod, Gothoni, Katz, Raskin, Souzay.
Biographical Information:
Soloist: L.A. Philharmonic Wind Ensemble; U. Redlands Choir, NBC-TV; WGBH, Boston. Recordings, Vanguard. Awards: AGMA, Oldsmobile Scholarships. Master classes: NATS Eastern, Western; U. Miami, Ohio and Florida; Kang Nung U., Korea; symposia on the Care of the Professional Voice. Summer faculty: AIMS, Graz, Austria; IIVA, Chiari, Italy; Yong Pyong Music Festival; Bowdoin Festival; U. Miami, Salzburg, Austria. Former director, J. Raskin Opera Class, 92nd St. Y; teacher training in Alexander Technique with A. Rodiger. Faculty, Manhattan School of Music since 1976.
The Juilliard School:
Faculty since 1991; chair, voice department, since 1996.  
Marlena Kleinman Malas 
Degrees and Studies: 
B.M., Curtis Institute of Music; additional studies, Juilliard.
Biographical Information:
Performed with opera companies of New York City, Santa Fe, Boston, Miami, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, San Diego, Milwaukee. Soloist with Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic. Appearances with Marlboro and Casals Festivals. Vocal master classes at Blossom Music Festival; San Francisco Opera Center; Santa Fe Opera; European Center for Opera and Vocal Arts, Brussels; Israel Vocal Studies Center; Westminster Choir College. Judge, Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions. Vocal consultant, Chicago Lyric Opera's Young Artists Program. Participant, first Opera Symposium, master classes with Dame Joan Sutherland and Luigi Alva, in association with Sydney Opera House, Australia, 1993. Chairman, voice department, Chautauqua Institute; served on faculty of Manhattan School of Music, Hartt School of Music, Curtis Institute of Music.
The Juilliard School:
Faculty since 1989.  
Robert White        rwhite@juilliard.edu
Degrees and Studies: 
M.M., Juilliard. Studied with Nadia Boulanger and Beverley Peck Johnson.
Biographical Information:
Tenor soloist with the New York Philharmonic; Monte Carlo and Wexford Operas; concerts worldwide. CDs for RCA; Virgin Classics; Sony; Hyperion, and Arabesque labels with pianists Samuel Sanders and Graham Johnson, Monte Carlo Philharmonic, BBC Orchestra, Placido Domingo (Man of La Mancha), and Yo-Yo Ma. Songs written for him by Ned Rorem, Gian Carlo Menotti, John Corigliano, Lowell Liebermann, William Bolcom, Lukas Foss, Richard Hundley, Thomas Z. Shepard, and Sheldon Harnick. Judge at the Second China International Vocal Competition, Beijing, 2002. Subject of MTV special on classical voice, 2003. Board member of Marilyn Horne Foundation and New York City Opera Council.
The Juilliard School:
Faculty since 1992.  
Robert C. White Jr.     
Born: Bucks County, PA
Degrees and Studies: 
B.M., Susquehanna U., choral and vocal music education; master’s and doctoral degrees, Columbia U., in voice pedagogy from .
Biographical Information:
Recitals, oratorio, and chamber music performances in the N.Y. metropolitan area; lecture-recitals and master classes throughout the United States, Canada, and Germany. Professor of music for 31 years at CUNY-Queens College and the Graduate Center. Formerly adjunct professor, Mannes College of Music, N.Y.U., and with the Lindemann Young Artists’ Development Program of the Metropolitan Opera. His students have performed at the Metropolitan Opera, New York City Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Opera National de Paris-Bastille, Covent Garden, La Scala, Staatsoper and Deutsche Oper, and many other regional American and European theaters and concert halls. Author of several articles on voice pedagogy and vocal repertory for such publications as The Journal of Voice, The Music Educators Journal, and The American Music Teacher and is coauthor (with Ruth Lakeway) of Italian Art Song, a study of contemporary Italian song published by Indiana University Press. Has been active in professional organizations, serving on the board of directors of the New York Singing Teachers Association and New York City Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing; member and former chairman of the American Academy of Teachers of Singing.
Edith Wiens
ewiens@juilliard.edu           www.edithwiens.com 
Degrees and Studies: 
Meisterklassendiplom at the Hochschule für Musik Hannover, Germany; B.M., M.M., Oberlin College, Ohio, studies with Richard Miller; further studies at the Hochschule für Musik Munich with Eric Werba and Ernst Haefliger.
Biographical Information:
Has appeared with the Berlin and Israel Philharmonic orchestras, and all major American and English orchestras, under Daniel Barenboim, Bernard Haitink, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Kurt Masur, Seiji Ozawa, Georg Solti, and Franz Welser-Möst, among others. Recital appearances in London's Wigmore Hall and in Vienna, Munich, Moscow, and Paris. Has sung major Mozart roles at Glyndebourne, Buenos Aires, Tokyo, Santa Fe, La Scala, and Amsterdam. Recordings for EMI, Philips, and Erato; Grammy and Diapason d'Or recipient. Festivals: Lucerne, Salzburg, Tanglewood, London Proms, and others. Has taught in Düsseldorf, Munich, and Nürnberg, and is a jury member of many international competitions. As of 2011, she is the artistic director of the Internationale Meistersinger Akademie, a six-week summer program geared to furthering the education and careers of exceptional young singers. Officer of the Order of Canada. Awarded honorary doctorates from her alma mater, Oberlin College, and the U. of Regina, Canada.
Sanford Sylvan

Voice, Vocal Arts
Born in N.Y.C.
Has performed with the world's leading orchestras under such conductors as Pierre Boulez, Herbert Blohmstedt, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Christopher Hogwood, James Levine, Roger Norrington, Simon Rattle and Esa-Pekka Salonen. In opera, has worked with directors Peter Sellars, Robert Wilson, Sir Peter Hall, John Copley, Tim Alberry, and many others in theaters such as Glyndebourne, New York City Opera, San Francisco Opera and La Monnaie in Brussels. His portrayals of Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro and Alfonso in Cosi fan tutte have been seen on PBS' Great Performances and are recorded on DVD for Decca. Recorded the title role in John Adams's The Death of Klinghoffer, also on Decca. Sang the role of Chou-En Lai for the premiere of Adams's Nixon in China which received both a Grammy and an Emmy. With pianist David Breitman, has performed numerous recitals worldwide; two of their three recordings on Nonesuch received best classical vocal performance Grammy nominations; in 2011 was nominated again in that same category for his performance of Wilde: A Symphony by Charles Fussell. Current voice faculty, McGill U.
Degrees and Studies
Graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.
The Juilliard School
Faculty since 2012.

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