Micah Patt is a newly Atlanta-based theatre artist and voice teacher. She currently teaches theatre at Duluth High School, operates a private voice studio, and offers in person/virtual assistant director services. She is a member of National Association of Teachers of Singing and the National Opera Association.
Micah has worked with young artists both in private voice lessons and in the classroom. As an educator, she balances fun with discipline and strives to instill both a confident love of learning and a strong work ethic in her students.
In addition to her directorial and educational pursuits, Micah remains an active performer. Recently she performed in the SCI Conference for New Music, Jaclyn Breeze's composition recital, and her own Lecture Recital with pianist Inelda Caushaj, which included art songs with texts from or inspired by the works of William Shakespeare.
Micah is a recent graduate of the M.M. Voice Pedagogy program at Syracuse University, and also holds a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre from Western Carolina University. She hopes to some day pursue doctoral studies to further her research interests in crossover voice training and somatic methods. When not working, she is taking aerial arts classes, playing League of Legends (poorly), or creating new spreads in her bullet journal.