Christopher Arneson is a professional voice trainer and vocologist. His students have gone on to further study in the Master of Music, Artist Diploma, and Doctoral programs at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Boston University, Ithaca College, Eastman School of Music, Indiana University, New York University, and Yale School of Music. They have also appeared in young artist programs at Chautauqua Opera, Central City Opera, Santa Fe Opera, and Washington National Opera. His professional-level students have appeared at the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles Opera, San Francisco Opera, and Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Dr. Arneson's other interests in the area of professional voice training include the remediation of vocal disorders. He is affiliated with St. Lukes Roosevelt, Mount Sinai and Robert Wood Johnson hospitals' voice medicine programs, where he works with otolaryngolgists and speech-language pathologists.
Bachelor of Music: Binghamton University
Master of Music in Opera: Binghamton University
Post-Graduate Work: Cornell University
Doctor of Music: Mason Gross School of the Arts (Rutgers University)
- July 2013 , Fundamentals of Great Vocal Technique: The Teachings of Michael Trimble , Inside View Press ,
- July 2014 , Literature for Teaching: A Guide to Choosing Solo Vocal Repertoire from a Developmental Perspective , Inside View Press ,
- July 2014 , Literature for Teaching: Solo Vocal Anthologies , Inside View Press ,
Dr. Arneson has appeared with the Opera Orchestra of New York, with the New Jersey Symphony and with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of Kurt Mazur. In Opera, Dr. Arneson appeared at the Netherlands Opera, the Paris Opera, and the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland.