If you are interested in studying the bel canto method of singing, learning more about vocal technique, or if you would simply like to take your singing to the next level, please contact Barrett through the "Contact" page.
As a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at the University of North Texas, Radziun has gained three years of experience teaching voice at the collegiate level through the awarding of a teaching fellowship. He has also taught voice privately and through Bard College Conservatory of Music's Preparatory Division (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY), University of Northwestern - St. Paul's Academy of Music (Saint Paul, MN), and In His Step's Performing Arts and Ballet Company (Cambridge, MN). In addition, Radziun has taught German Diction for Singers (Bard College), Vocal Methods (University of North Texas), and served as Teaching Assistant for French Diction (University of North Texas) and Vocal Pedagogy (University of Northwestern - St. Paul). Radziun's voice teachers include Dr. Stephen F. Austin, Lorraine Nubar, and Carol Eikum.
See what his students say:
"Barrett was my sixth voice teacher in seven years and was a perfect fit for me. He challenged me more and more with every lesson we had together and he was able to relate with me on many levels! Lessons were something to look forward to and were really enjoyable." --Student
"Before I studied with Barrett I had switched voice teachers three times. It was the first time I studied with a male, so I was a bit nervous. I quickly realized that it was to my advantage studying under Barrett, not only because I got to learn about the male voice, but because his instruction is very clear. He knows the results he wants and knows exactly how to get those results through various vocalizes. He is very organized. It was the first time I experienced a classroom structure in my voice lessons. In the years I studied with Barrett, I have grown as a person and as a musician." --Student