Jack Eppler

Adjunct Instructor

Jack has taught singing technique at the Tisch School of the Arts since 1997 and has maintained a private voice studio in Manhattan since 1985. He was a vocology intern in the analysis and training of injured voices at Mt. Sinai Medical Center. He completed the professional development course in anatomy, acoustics, vocal hygiene, repertory, and pedagogy with the New York Singing Teachers’ Association. He has led singing workshops for non-singers in Europe and the United States. In 1994 he founded and continues to direct the New York City Community Chorus at Holy Apostles, a non-sectarian chorus open to anyone without audition and with the mission of restoring singing to the day-to-day life of the community. He has performed numerous opera and oratorio roles with sm! all companies. He has sung in the chorus of New York City Opera and wi th the New York Philharmonic and other orchestras under the batons of Leopold Stokowski, Zubin Mehta, and Kurt Masur. He has performed with composers Meredith Monk and Tan Dun. His favorite performing medium is the art song, and he has programmed works from the 12th to the 20th centuries, with a special affinity on English and French repertory. His dedicated practice of yoga asana informs his teaching technique.


B. Mus. Ed., Southern Nazarene University