Working in so many capacities . . .
. . . a single résumé would be limited and downright confusing.
- onstage performance [actor, singer]
- offstage production work [director, conductor]
- creative [writer, orchestrator]
The solution is simple: Different résumés for different specializations –– and one huge
curriculum vitae that catalogues everything. Simple as pie!
Please feel free to peruse the various résumés linked below –– they're final proof to corroborate
the oft-heard plaint . . .
" I can't –– I have r e h e a r s a l ! "
Note: Clicking on a résumé below will open it in a new window.
A very brief snapshot of stage work, this résumé is used only at
A brief overview of my classical vocal and choral work, including solo
concertizing, liturgical choirs, and skills as a classical artist. Also touches
on how I work with singers in a vocal direction capacity.
Music direction, vocal direction, conducting, piano work,
arrangements, orchestrations, etc. etc. etc.
A shortened version of the full curriculum vitae below. It includes
all capacities, but mostly just counts numbers of projects in each
discipline instead of itemizing them.
The whole enchilada. Every project ever done, except for weddings,
memorials, and Christmas caroling; concert work is abridged.
Throughout much of my arts career, I've also worked "day jobs" in
administrative support. I love working in the arts, but it sometimes
doesn't quite pay the bills. Frankly, I enjoy maintaining two careers --
it provides balance! Please click here for a little background info, my
administrative support résumé, and even a letter of recommendation.