OUR VOICE TEACHER: MISS SHANNON MARIE WOLFE
Shannon Wolfe is a radiant and versatile performer specializing in vintage jazz, musical theater, classical song and opera. In 2010, Shannon founded the Skylark Trio, an ensemble which brings to life the best of radio, stage and screen songs from the 20′s, 30′s and 40′s. The Skylark Trio was the featured act in the Spring of 2011 for the 25th Annual San Francisco Flower and Garden Show held at the San Mateo Expo Center. The trio regularly plays for private parties, gallery openings, and Bay Area fairs and festivals. She is the founding member if Vocallective, a group of singers and instrumentalists dedicated to the art of vocal chamber music and in July of 2011 sang the inaugural concert, “For the Love of France” featuring the songs of Gershwin, Porter and Edith Piaf.
On stage, Shannon’s credits include the role of Madame Herz in Mozart’s The Impresario with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music as well as La Poesie in the chamber opera Les Arts Florissants and Soprano Soloist in both Vivaldi’s Gloria and Bach’s Magnificat with the Conservatory’s Baroque Ensemble. Additional roles include Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi with Northern Arizona University Opera, and Belinda in Dido and Aeneas at the Vancouver Early Music Society’s Baroque Summer Music Festival.
As an actress, Shannon has performed the roles of Sophie in Honour by Joanna Murray Smith and Alice in Pizza Man by Darlene Craviotto at Seydways Studios, where she is currently studying acting and the trigger method with acclaimed director, teacher and actor Bobby Weinapple. Additionally, in June 2010 she completed an acting on camera workshop with filmmaker Daniel Gamburg of Enlightened Pictures and shot scenes from the television show, Brothers and Sisters and Always Sunny in Philadelphia which can be viewed in HD quality (www.shannonmariewolfe.com)
As a teacher, Shannon is on faculty at the Holy Name Conservatory of Music where she teaches singing. In her studio, students learn singing, performance and musicianship skills. Shannon believes that by appealing to and challenging each student’s unique talents and skills, she helps them cultivate a life-long love of music. Shannon holds a Master of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music as well as a Bachelor of Science degree, with honors, in Sociology from Northern Arizona University.
Enjoy Shannon’s Website: www.shannonmariewolfe.com