Rachelle Fleming, music theater coach and director

Instrumental Focus

  • Cabaret creative
    music theater instructor

Programs Taught

Rachelle Fleming is nationally recognized in the training and vocal health of the contemporary vocal artist. Additional coursework includes a voice science Vocology course with Dr. Ingo Titze, and pedagogical coursework in two of the leading commercial vocal music training programs. Before coming to Temple, Fleming was Assistant Professor at The Catholic University of America in the Musical Theatre Division. She has taught for The Eastman School of Music, The Actors Studio MFA program at The New School, The Eastman School of Music Community Division, and the University of Miami. Dr. Fleming’s students perform on Broadway, in National TouRachelle Fleming, a renowned music theater coach and director, is an associate professor of Voice at Temple University, and an artist-faculty member for the Aspen Opera Theater and VocalARTS. She is a vocal pedagogue and vocologist, and internationally recognized for her work in the training and vocal health of professional singers. Through her training and research on the contemporary singer, Fleming has helped countless classical singers expand their versatility in vocal style, acting, and performance as they execute a wise range of repertoire, including musical theater and American songbook pieces. An active contributor to voice research and thought leadership, Fleming has published and presented her research at international conferences and in scholarly journals. She has also developed curricula and coursework to train the next generation of voice teachers. During the 2022 Aspen Music Festival, she helped to create “The Art of Singing: A Summit for Vocal Pedagogues.” Fleming has taught voice at the Catholic University of America, the Eastman School of Music, the University of Miami, and The New School. She is frequently invited to work with vocalists at other programs and universities.