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Juliana Gondek is Professor of Voice and Chair of the Vocal Studies Department at the University of California, Los Angeles. A soprano/mezzo-soprano, she has had a distinguished career on the operatic stage in roles such as Bellini's Beatrice di Tenda, Bizet's Carmen, Handel's Alcina, Theodora, Rodelinda, and Ginevra, Puccini's Mimi, Rosalinde ("Die Fledermaus"), many Mozart heroines, and Pat Nixon ("Nixon in China"), as well as dozens of world premieres and symphony appearances. She is also a highly regarded master teacher who lectures and leads workshops in the USA and worldwide, and frequently judges some of the nation’s foremost vocal competitions.
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Juliana Gondek, Professor of Voice and Chair of the Vocal Studies Department at UCLA, discusses how she goes about teaching students who might be having difficulty leaving all their emotional or other baggage outside the studio, and how she helps them overcome or accommodate these issues for the purposes of the lesson.



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November 2007
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