Noelle Catiller is passionate about singing! She shares this passion with her private voice students. She has been a featured soloist in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana and Mozart’s Requiem with the Chapman Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Dr. William Hall. Some of her musical roles include Kim in Bye-Bye Birdie, Polly in The Boyfriend and many others. Noelle was also selected to perform several art songs at the prestigious University of California, Irvine’s Summer Songfest.
Noelle was rewarded a scholarship to attend Chapman University’s Conservatory of Music where she graduated cum laude with two Bachelor Degrees: Vocal Performance and Choral Music Education. While attending Chapman University, Noelle received The Music Education Award for demonstrating excellence in the field of Music Education and The Burghardt Award for outstanding scholarship. She also received her Master’s Degree in Education along with her California Teaching Credential from Chapman University.
Noelle has studied voice since she was 11 years old. Her voice teachers include: Victoria Cutler, B.M., M.M, retired (8 years of study); Jeff Haskell B.A., M.M., D.M.A., Jazz Studies at University of Arizona (1 year of study); Lynn Cole-Adcock, B.A., M.M., Chapman University Voice Faculty, retired (5 years of study); Carol Neblett, B.M., Artist in Residence at Chapman University (2 years of study); Janet Smith, B.M., M.M., University of California, Fullerton Voice Faculty (1 year of study); Christina Dahlin, B.M., M.M., Chapman University Voice Faculty (2 years of study).
Not only has Noelle taught voice to students in her private studio, but she also has taught choral music to high school, middle and elementary students. She has served on the music staff of Irvine U.S.D., Orange U.S.D. and Capistrano U.S.D. and Temecula Valley U.S.D. You will see several of her voice students performing on stage and majoring in music in college. Noelle and her family reside in Temecula, California.
Noelle belongs to the professional organizations: MTAC (Music Teachers’ Association of California), Temecula Valley Branch, NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) and the Temecula Valley Symphony Chorus.