I'm Nicole Warner and I'm a classically trained mezzo-soprano. I'm an active soloist and small ensemble singer and I've sung everything from Bach's b minor Mass to Mozart's Requiem and from house concerts to funerals.
I live in my chosen home of Milwaukee, WI. My "day job" is running GermanWithNicole.com, where I teach German and coach German Diction, and the combination of music and language is really pretty awesome.
Enough about me, let's get to some fun facts.
By the number--fun facts about my singing career
Here You Can Read, Listen and Watch:
This website is the hub of information for my singing and where you'll find all the information. Check out the tiles below, visit the other pages on this site, and be sure to listen in the media room.
Thanks for visiting and enjoy!
Read my blog "Open Intervals"
Read blog posts about my singing adventures, what it means to be a creative professional, and a few fun stories that have happened along the way.
Find out about Upcoming Performances
To find out about upcoming performances I have, visit the calendar page. You can sign up for my monthly emails, too.
Dive into the Media Room
In the Media Room you can watch videos, listen to recordings, and find recordings to purchase on CDBaby.com and other sites. There's more to come in 2020!
Recent Posts from my Blog "Open Intervals"
Here are the three most recent blog posts and you can read all of them by clicking "blog" at the top of this page.
Yesterday the author and marketing pro Seth Godin opened up an Akimbo Coworking space. It's free coworking for people working at home and it's open through April 18th.
Of course I signed up.
And there I connected with Matthew Thompson, a podcaster from Northern Ireland. In a few hours' time he was able to schedule 15 interviews and today he has already posted 4 of them.
These are regular conversations between two people about life in general and how they're managing our current situation.
Singers are usually on very stretched budgets, and now's the time to learn some reeeeeeally cheap recipes that are good now and in other, less interesting times. ;-)
This first one is new to me, the second recipe is for a lentil soup. A client of mine sent me this recipe a long time ago and it's good in all seasons, with different spices, etc. I freeze single portions and
1. Navajo Flatbread
(Found on FB via Joyce Larson and Brandon Johnson)
2 cups flour
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Would you like to keep in touch?
About once a month I send out an email with singing updates, funny anecdotes from rehearsals on the brink, links to the latest blog posts.
The newsletter is called "Nicole's Notes," pun intended.