Teacher Profile: Robert McNichols

Robert McNichols

Robert McNichols

Instrument(s): Cello, Voice

City: Atlanta

Education: University of Kansas

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    About Robert McNichols

    Dr. Robert McNichols Jr. is an international concert performing artist performing as a baritone vocal soloist, solo and orchestral cellist, and choral and orchestral conductor. He attained a Doctor of Musical Arts in Voice from the University of Kansas. His recent engagements include and award winning tour in England of Philip Hayes Dean's one man production Paul Robeson, rave reviews as the Assistant Musical Director and Cellist for the musical Once and singing the role of Mister in The Color Purple with the Metropolitan Ensemble Theater, conducting the Black Musical Arts Community Choir in concert at the Warwick Theater, being the bass soloist in Handel's Messiah with the Southern Symphonic Orchestra and Chorus, and the role of Timur in Turandot with Ozarks Lyric Opera. In 2020, Robert had the pleasure of making several virtual appearances as a guest cello soloist with Boone Tabernacle Church, guest cello soloist with Friendship Baptist Church, and as the baritone soloist in An Evening with Roger's and Hammerstein with Music Theater Heritage. His performance of ‘This Nearly Was Mine’ with Music Theater Heritage was also featured on the January 2021 edition of KC Performs on Kansas City Public Television. Other appearances include the Sergeant of Police in Winter Opera's production of The Pirates of Penzance, and being the musical director and pianist for Harris-Stowe State University's production of Dreamgirls. Dr. McNichols is also on the faculty of Morehouse College as a professor of voice teaching applied voice and classes in music. Despite his experience teaching at the collegiate level, Dr. McNichols enjoys teaching students of all ages, imploring them to develop a passion for music that lasts a lifetime.

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