Walter Cuttino is Assistant Professor of Vocal Studies at the University of South Carolina. A graduate of the University of South Carolina and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, where he earned the Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma in Opera, he has performed throughout Europe with over 950 operatic performances to his credit....
Walter Cuttino is Assistant Professor of Vocal Studies at the University of South Carolina. A graduate of the University of South Carolina and the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, where he earned the Master of Music degree and Artist Diploma in Opera, he has performed throughout Europe with over 950 operatic performances to his credit. Ferrando (Cosi fan Tutte), Almaviva (Barber of Seville), Tamino (The Magic Flute), Lenski (Eugene Onegin), and Rodolfo (La Boheme) are a sampling of the more than forty roles in his repertoire. Walter Cuttino has performed over 250 concerts, including a concert tour with the late Leonard Bernstein to London and Moscow.

Scott Price is Assistant Professor of Piano, Piano Pedagogy, and Coordinator of Group Piano at the University of South Carolina. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, the Cleveland Institute of Music, and Bowling Green State University, he has studied with Jane Magrath, Thomas Hecht and Virginia Marks. He has performed at the national conventions of the Music Teachers National Conference, Music Teachers National Association, the National Conference on Piano Pedagogy, and has given performances and seminars at the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas TX, the University of Oklahoma Seminar for Piano Teachers, the North Dakota State Music Teachers Convention, the South Carolina State Music Teachers Convention, and the Bowling Green State University Summer Music Institute. He has served as repetiteur with Lyric Opera Cleveland, and as music director for Lyric Opera Cleveland's Educational Outreach program. He has been a faculty member of the Cleveland Music School Settlement and the Bowling Green State University Creative Arts program. Dr. Price is Co-Editor of Piano Pedagogy Forum.
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Italian language rhythm as facilitator in the piano/vocal collaboration

​ The problems in ensemble facilitation that occur between pianists and singers in the collaborative setting have engendered a number of humorous, and more often vitriolic, exchanges between the two instrumental disciplines. Is there a single pianist or singer who has not, at one time, heard (or hurled) such comments as "That singer can't count!" "...
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