THERESA WERBA, M.M.
“I enjoy helping singers create the most beautiful and expressive sounds they can and offering the most compelling performances possible. I also delight in working with church singers, singers studying voice formally for the first time, and singers with professional aspirations.”
Ms. Werba is currently not accepting new students. Please check back for developments.
Ms. Werba holds a Master of Music with distinction in voice pedagogy and performance from Westminster Choir College and is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. She is also a contributing writer for Classical Singer magazine (under the name Theresa Rodriguez) and writes on a wide range of issues pertaining to the art of singing. Werba previously taught voice at Penn State Berks, the Yocum Institute of the Arts and Lebanon Valley College CMI and was previously conductor of the Penn State Berks Campus Choir. She has been a soloist with early music ensembles in New York, Honolulu and Pennsylvania and her “mesmerizing” voice can be heard on the bardsinger.com video page. Ms. Werba enjoys attending the Berks County Sacred Harp singings at the Exeter and Maidencreek Friends Meetinghouses. She has released her album "Lullabies: Traditional American and International Songs" (under the name Theresa Rodriguez) on Spotify and all other streaming services as well as Youtube.