Cayla R. Rosche (she/her)
Conservatory of Music
Dr. Cayla Rosché recently completed her tenure as a Fulbright Scholar in Reykjavík teaching phonetics and continuing her research on Icelandic art song at Listaháskoli/Iceland University of the Arts, culminating in a full recital of this repertory. She is a former American-Scandinavian Foundation recipient, and has presented her research at the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies conference, the Sam Houston Art Song Festival, and the Arctic Circle Conference. Dr. Rosché holds a DMA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Voice Performance and Vocal Pedagogy where her doctoral project, supported by the Foreign Language Area Studies grant, included one of the first guides to Icelandic Singing Diction. She additionally was recently selected as a member of the highly competitive National Association of Teachers of Singing Intern Program. She has had success teaching contemporary to classical voice in both a private and collegiate studio and enjoys teaching a wide range of styles. As a performer she has been seen in the roles of Fiordiligi in Così fan tutte, Anne Sexton Transformations (also the premiere recording of this work), Mrs. Grose in Turn of the Screw, and Lady Billows in Albert Herring.
UW-Madison, Masters of Music
UW- Madison, Doctorate of Musical Arts