Kent

Voice | St George

Kent is a dedicated voice instructor with a mission to empower aspiring singers and musicians while encouraging healthy singing techniques. From a young age, Kent discovered his passion for music and began his journey as a vocalist at the age of 5. He participated in various musicals and choirs, laying the foundation for his lifelong dedication to the art of singing. With over a decade of teaching experience since 2010, Kent has guided countless students, nurturing their vocal skills and musical expression. Specializing in classical, pop, and rock genres, Kent offers a dynamic and personalized approach to voice instruction. Kent's commitment to music education extends beyond traditional classrooms. From 2010 to 2012, he served as a faculty member at the Don Bosco Summer Music Workshop, where he played a pivotal role in shaping the musical development of young talents. His dedication to mentorship and pedagogical innovation earned him acclaim among students and colleagues alike. Kent's journey as a vocalist began under the mentorship of Mercedes Dugan, where he honed his craft and developed a deep appreciation for vocal artistry. Beyond his role as an educator, Kent is a tenor and soloist who has graced numerous stages with his vocal talents. He has been a part of several esteemed music groups, including Coro Andreano (2006-2009), St. Andrew's Parish Choir (2008-2010), Gongs of PWU (Percussion, Kulintang Kayu, and Soloist) (2009-2012), PWU Festival Chorus (Tenor, Soloist) (2009-2012), Viva Voce (Tenor) (2011-2012), and Lieto Voices (Tenor) (2013-2016). Outside of teaching and performing, Kent remains actively engaged in the musical community. His commitment to musical excellence and mentorship is evident in his dedication to nurturing the next generation of vocalists. Driven by a deep-seated love for music and a desire to inspire others, Kent continues to make a lasting impact on the world of music education and performance.

“Music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music.”
- Billy Joel
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