The website for Timothy Wilds, Estill Voice Training Master Trainer
Timothy is a native of Asheville, NC. Timothy’s performance career spans operatic and musical theatre roles, membership in early music ensembles, and as a featured soloist with orchestras and choruses.
When not performing, he has been a vocal music, choral music, drama, arts, church music, and worship educator in day schools, home schooling communities, community arts schools, churches, colleges, and universities in FL, MO, NC, NJ, TN. He has taught a wide age span:
Kindermusik to 18-month olds and pre-schoolers
children’s choirs, both community-based and church-based
middle school and high school aged choral music and musical theatre, both at day schools and community-based
volunteer adult church choirs
adult choir directors and their choirs in retreat and workshop sessions
college and university level choral singers and choral directing students
college and university level voice majors and minors
college level worship arts and worship studies majors and minors
voice students from ages 18 to 88 years old
choir director for a senior-adult living community.
He holds a bachelor of music degree in vocal performance; a master of music degree in church music and choral conducting from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ; an advanced graduate certificate of worship studies from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies in Jacksonville, FL.
He currently works as a freelance teacher and performer. He recently taught voice to musical theatre majors at Mars Hill University (MHU) in Mars Hill, NC. He is a certified master teacher of Estill Voice Training and always welcoming new students to his voice studio.
He has been a company member at Southern Appalachian Repertory Theatre (SART) in Mars Hill. He first performed at SART in productions of A Little NIght Music and Light in the Piazza. During the 2018 season he appeared in Sanders Family Christmas, Working the Musical, and Don’t Dress for Dinner. For 2019, he appeared as a guest artist with the MHU production of Freaky Friday, and at SART in the WNC premiere of the bluegrass musical Bright Star, The Odd Couple, Something’s Afoot, and The Miracle Worker. He performed in Neil Simon’s Laughter on the Twenty-third Floor at the Players Circle Theatre in Fort Myers, FL at the start of 2020. He is scheduled to perform with Beach Street Repertory Theatre in Daytona Beach, FL In 2021 for its inaugural season. (See the “photo” page for pictures from these productions.)