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Charles Koslowske

Associate Professor of Vocal Coaching

Music - Opera & Music Theater
Music - Vocal Coaches


Charles Koslowske brings more than a decade of vocal coaching and collaborative piano experience to his new appointment at Oklahoma City University. He made his New York debut in 2002 at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, and has been an official with the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions each year since 2001. He was the official accompanist of the Denver Lyric Opera Guild and the All-Colorado Opera Audition, and served as staff pianist at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music in Salzburg. He has taught at University of Colorado and Colorado State University, specializing in graduate and advanced undergraduate singers. Most recently, he was lead coach for scenes and singers in Colorado State’s production of The Rape of Lucretia and Verdi’s Falstaff. Music theater credits include music director for works from Cats to Cabaret.

Koslowske has earned three degrees from University of Colorado-Boulder: Master of Music degrees in collaborative piano and in vocal performance and pedagogy, and Bachelor of Music in vocal performance. He has participated in vocal master classes with William Bolcom and Joan Morris, Helen Donath, Shirlee Emmons, Thomas Hampson, Marilyn Horne, Martin Isepp, Martin Katz, Marlena Malas, Ashley Putnam, Diana Soviero, and Frederica von Stade.

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