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Dr. Jane Clukey, mezzo soprano, received her Doctor of Musical Arts from Shenandoah Conservatory, her Master of Music from the University of North Texas, and her Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Clukey is an active performer and teacher of classical and commercial styles. Recently, she has appeared with Sanford Opera, the Studio Theatre of Bath, and as "Christine McVie" in Crystal Vision, a Fleetwood Mac tribute band. Dr. Clukey teaches private lessons at the Chocolate Church Arts Center in Bath, the Brunswick Landing YMCA, and online. Dr. Clukey is an Adjunct Professor of Music at the University of New England, Vocal Director of the UNE Players, and co-founder of The Complete Voice, a young artist summer program. Dr. Clukey is a member of the Maine Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and Opera on Tap Maine, and sits on the board of the Studio Theatre of Bath. 

Listen/ Watch: 

Pop/Rock  Crystal Vision Website  Crystal Vision: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute 4/22

Musial Theater   So In Love, Fly Fly Away, Last Midnight  Impossible Dreams: A Musical Review 11/21 

Classical/Opera Le Pintade , This Journey   Shenandoah U. Doctoral Recital 5/18

And much more!

Teaching Philosophy:

Singing is innate:

We are born with voices as a tool for expression and communication, and with a sense of artistic creativity. Singing is a combination of these innate gifts and therefore has inherent value to the human experience. Anyone can benefit from cultivating these gifts through singing. 

Singing is holistic:

The action and experience of singing includes and is influenced by the physical, the emotional, and the social aspects of singing. The training and care of the voice must address all three domains. Your body, mind AND spirit are your instrument! 

Singing varies by intentional choice: 

At the Dr. Jane Clukey Voice Studio, we do not believe there is a right or wrong way to sing, but that “correct singing” is the intersection of what feels good, is sustainable, and fits your intentional artistic choices. In voice lessons, you can learn the simple changes to registration, resonance, and articulation that allow you to make strong artistic choices and to sing across genres with confidence. 

Singing is personal: 

I work with you to discuss YOUR goals and we develop a plan to help you to achieve them. Just as everyone’s voice is unique, there is no one size fits all model to the music lesson. I combine science-based methods with a personalized, intuitive approach to help you find out what suits you and your needs and to empower you to take the lead in your vocal journey. 

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