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cwa.jpg Clifton Ware is Professor of Vocal Pedagogy and Pedagogy Chair of the Schuessler Vocal Arts Center at the University of Minnesota. He has performed as tenor soloist with more than sixty major music organizations in North America and Europe in a repertoire that includes fifty-three opera, operetta, and musical theater roles, seventy-six major works with orchestra and chorus, more than twenty solo recitals, and several chamber music recitals. Ware can be heard in recordings of Benjamin Britten’s St. Nicolas (MHS) and Paul Bunyan (Virgin Records), and Vocal Explorations: The Bad, the Good, and the “Other”, featuring all original material.

Dr. Ware has written two prominent textbooks on singing: Adventures in Singing (3rd edition, McGraw-Hill, 2004), an introductory text/song anthology with recorded piano accompaniments; and Basics of Vocal Pedagogy (McGraw-Hill, 1998). He has also produced and presented more than one hundred clinics and master classes in the U.S. and abroad.