Cynthia Rogers Baggott, MA
415 225-5725
TO SING...is a great gift.  It gives the heart wings and the soul lips.
cynthia rogers baggott margo and her purse
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“When I started, I didn’t know if I could sing and I didn’t even know what kind of singing I would like the most ~ It was just something inside, and Cynthia brought it out and opened up a whole new world of music and beauty for me.  She’s wonderful in giving firm, yet gentle guidance.  My only regret is I didn’t start sooner.”
- Beverly Moris
San Francisco, CA

Video clip of "Art Is Calling for Me"
from the 2011 St. Martin de Porres Benefit Cabaret -
San Francisco's Got Talent

Video clip of "Imagination"
from the 2007 Mount St. Joseph - St. Elizabeth Benefit Show -
A Fool for a King



ABOUT

Cynthia teaches voice at the Academy of Art University in addition to teaching privately in San Francisco. She has over 15 years experience as a performer and instructor in theater arts including vocal coaching, singing instruction and drama. She has performed and trained as an actor and singer on the East and West coasts as well as overseas, and has taught voice, theater and self-presentation in both California and New York. Methods for teaching singing draw from both classical and non-classical vocal techniques, and emphasize providing a safe, supportive environment for exploring the joys of singing.

As a performer, Cynthia was recently seen as Melissa Gardner in Love Letters, Chelsea Thayer Wayne in On Golden Pond (Shellie Nomination), Vera Charles in Mame and Margo in Lying in State at The Willows Theatre in Concord, CA.  Other recent Bay area credits include Miss Clarette Cupp in Oh, Lady! Lady! (42nd Street Moon), Lucy in  Threepenny Opera (Virago Theatre), and annual benefit concerts for MSJSE's Epiphany Center at the Great American Music Hall.  Additionally, she has performed in NYC with LaMama ETC and The Light Opera of Manhattan, as well as on the Empress of the North and Delta Queen riverboats.  Cynthia is a member of Actor's Equity Association and the National Association of Teachers of Singing.

As a member of the Motion Pictures & Television/Acting Faculty of the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, Cynthia has created the syllabi for and teaches the following courses:
ACT 166 -     Singing 1: Vocal Technique
ACT 266 -     Singing 2: The Power of Performance
ACT 366 -     Singing 3: Musical Theatre Scene Study
ACT 466 -     Singing 4: Musical Theatre Showcase
ACT 625 -     MS: Vocal Production


Additional experience as a Registered Drama Therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and an Associate of Lisa Popeil's Voiceworks based in L.A.

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