Below is a listing of our Resident Faculty as well as returning Guest Artists
Hailed for his “warm, full-bodied voice” (DC Theater Scene) and “impressive, in the moment expression” (DC Theater Scene), Nephi Sanchez has garnered praise for his numerous performances throughout the Washington, DC region.
Most recently, Mr. Sanchez was seen as Pedrillo/Abduction from the Seraglio (The In Series) and the title character in La clemenza di Tito (The In Series), and Basilio/Le nozze di Figaro (St. Petersburg Opera). Other credits include, Cavaradossi/Tosca (Opera in the Ozarks), Don José/Carmen (Opera in the Ozarks), Turiddu/Cavalleria Rusticana (Repertory Opera Theater of Washington), Don Curzio/Le nozze di Figaro (Shreveport Opera), and The Padre/Man of La Mancha (Shreveport Opera).
An experienced performer of contemporary repertoire as well, Mr. Sanchez sang the role of Joe Crowell in the professional debut of Ned Rorem’s Our Town with Lake George Opera. He also performed the role of Ollie Sr. in Chris Patton’s A Family Reunion with The In Series.
His upcoming engagements include Rodolfo in La bohème with DC Public Opera, a fall concert with The Trinity Chamber Orchestra as a featured soloist and singing Una voz en la fragua in Manuel de Falla’s La Vida Breve with The In Series. Mr. Sanchez is pleased to join Ms. Randall’s voice studio staff.
Cami Spring is a rising senior and dance major at George Mason University. Her dance training began 17 years ago, and includes the styles of jazz, tap, lyrical, contemporary, ballet, pointe, hip-hop, musical theater, and modern. In addition to her own competition and performance experience, Ms. Cami has taught and choreographed for the past six years. A 2010 Dancer of the Year Award winner, she has been a team leader at national dance conventions, worked temporarily for a theatrical general management company in NYC, and has been a guardian for a child performer on Broadway. In 2014, she performed the work of Mr. Robert Battle in the George Mason University Residency Gala. Cami studies voice with Ms. Jennifer Randall M.M., and has studied classical guitar for six years with Ms. Jan Edmondson. Cami has a passion for musical theater, and was recently a cast member of the Sterling Playmakers’ musical theater production of "Anything Goes". Cami enjoys teaching and choreographing, and looks forward to a future in the performing arts field.