Matt Cahill pursues singing-acting at the highest level. Highlights of his performance career include starring as Papageno in the international tour of Peter Brook’s Molière Award-winning adaptation of Mozart’s Magic Flute, Une Flûte Enchantée, performing with the New York City Opera and London Symphony Orchestra, singing as a soloist at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, dancing in the major motion picture The Producers!, and appearing as a co-star in Law & Order SVU. Highlights of his teaching career include acting as lead faculty of Juilliard’s High School summer voice program, teaching Alexander Technique to singers from the Metropolitan Opera’s Lindemann Young Artist Development Program, directing the young artist program at SongFest at Colburn, and teaching and directing the opera workshops at both Brooklyn College Conservatory and Montclair State University. Matt is the co-founder and co-director of ATsinging, dedicated to the original intent of the Alexander Technique to bring freedom and ease to the human voice. Most recently, he has co-founded Hogfish, a performing arts and artist training company in Portland, ME and New York, NY dedicated to regenerative theater: making the world a better place through the stories we tell, how we engage with our community, and how we train the next generation of artists. BM voice Juilliard School. MM vocal arts Bard College Conservatory. AmSAT certification Balance Arts Center