Dr. Hudson currently teaches undergraduate voice and voice pedagogy at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL. He is currently the chair of the voice and choral department.
As a studio voice teacher, my goal has always been threefold; to guide and shape the natural voice of each student, to instruct the student in the mechanics of singing, and to provide my students with the necessary tools to facilitate their success as twenty-first century performers. I am demanding but compassionate in the studio and I challenge my students to perform to the best of their abilities at all times. I take care to teach each student a healthy technique into which they can grow. This technique incorporates a balanced approach of proven pedagogical methods and new research in voice science. I balance my demanding lesson structure with nurturing support and a good sense of humor, which has made students comfortable to try new ideas and eager to work towards the goals we set.
Former students have been national finalists at NATS, accepted to and attended prestigious graduate schools such as University of Wisconsin, Madison, New York University, and University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
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Some recent performances of current students.