Jacqlyn Zito-Edwards is an auxiliary adjunct assistant professor of voice in the Musical heatre and Commercial Music and Entrepreneur Development program at Shenandoah Conservatory. Her degrees are from the Cleveland Institute of Music/Case Western Reserve University and Louisiana State University. She has performed with Wayside Theatre, KNOW Theatre, Tri-Cities Opera, Bay View Music Festival, Hudson Symphony, Case Western Symphony, Findlay Light Opera, Atlantic Coast Opera Festival, and many others.
She has taught at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts and the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra Conservatory of Music. Current and former students have appeared on American Idol, on and off Broadway, TV/Film, in regional theaters, national tours, cruise ships and live music venues throughout the United States. This summer she will present a workshop on “Story-driven Singing: Training expressive voices in CCM styles” at the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference in Chicago.