The Branson Regional Arts Council is pleased to announce that Lloyd Alexander-Holt has accepted the position of Director of Vocal Studies for a new BRAC Music and Performing Arts Conservatory program, now in development.
Lloyd directed and performed in the recent BRAC production of Annie (playing Oliver Warbucks), and is currently directing the musical Anything Goes. He joined the Educational Faculty of the Branson Regional Arts Council in 2018 and is the official Director of Vocal Studies. He teaches applied private voice for musical theatre and vocal performance students. Additionally, he serves as the Arts Council’s Vocal Pedagogy Professional, and as the Voice Department Director for the educational performance Youth Troupe Theatre programs.
As a Master Vocal Pedagogue, diagnostician, and voice rehabilitator, Lloyd is dedicated to teaching voice by providing a solid, sustainable technique that allows flexibility and the ability to sing throughout any genre. As a result, his students have been accepted into some of the most prestigious collegiate Voice and Musical Theatre programs in the United States. Recent students have gone on to study professionally at Oberlin, Stanford, The Manhattan School of Music, Texas State University, Oklahoma City University, and The Boston Conservatory at Berklee.
Lloyd has completed Graduate Studies in Vocal Pedagogy and Music Theatre Performance, and has studied with world renowned Metropolitan Opera Tenor, Raymond Gibbs. In addition to being one of the Midwest’s most sought after voice teachers, he is also in demand as a clinician, adjudicator, and lecturer. He teaches Masterclasses in vocal health, Music Theatre Audition Technique, and voice repertoire throughout the United States.
He is a former faculty member of Tulsa Project Theatre, Springfield Little Theatre, and has maintained a private voice studio in Branson and Springfield for 10 years.
Visit BransonArts.org/vocaltraining for information on scheduling private instruction with Loyd Alexander-Holt at the Branson Regional Arts Council’s Historic Owen Theatre.