Juliette Singler

Juliette Singler

  • Associate Professor of Music Soprano


  • D.M.A., The Claremont Graduate University
  • M.M., University of Southern California
  • B.A., University of Louisville
  • N.A.T.S. Intern, 1997


Teaching areas:
Voice, Music History

Courses taught:
Voice MUH 155-455:Vocal literature MUH309,310:Acting for Singers MUA 331: Vocal Pedagogy MUE310: Music History MUH 100, 333

Musical Involvements:

-  award from National Opera Association for direction of PLNU’s
production of The Magic Flute

- Concerts promoting the works of women composers, solo. and chamber music

-Performances in opera and oratorio with S D Opera, L B Opera, Opera Pacific,
Crystal Cathedral etc.

-Adjudicator for N.A.T.S., Singer of the Year, and other competitions

-Board member for NATS LA and SD (President SD, 2003-2005) since 1997

-Presentation of lectures, master classes and workshops, locally and internationally

Recent Student Achievements

Congratulations to Rosalinda Verde for founding Visalia Opera Company in 2012!

Krista Wilford - 2nd Place 2012 NATS Young Artist Competition

Kelsey Kammeraad - 3rd Place 2012 NATS Young Artist Competition

Katie O’ Gorman – Winner 2010 NATS College Division (A)

Vanessa Onstad – 3rd Place 2010 NATS Musical Theatre Division (A)

Bianca Esparza, Honorable Mention – 2010 NATS Musical Theatre Division (A)

Miki Purnell – Finalist - Kobe, Japan "Kobe Jazz Vocal Queen Contest"

Dr. Singler’s students have consistently won leading roles in campus and regional operas and musicals and continue to perform as soloists in performances locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. Her students are known for their vocal versatility and ability to effectively interpret a wide range of literature.


American Guild of Musical Artists, National Association of Teachers of Singing (S.D. President 2003-2005),
National Opera Association

Listen to Juliette Singler

See Juliette Singler and Ines Irawati improvise an aria from audience suggestions.