Matthew Clegg is an experienced voice teacher and active performer. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from Southern Utah University, a Master of Music degree in voice performance from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Clegg has maintained a private voice studio in Lincoln, Neb., where he has taught various styles of singing and general music lessons to K-12 students and adults. At the college level, he has taught at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Southeast Community College. Additionally, Clegg has worked as a vocal coach and has taught acting seminars at The Broadway Academy in Sutton, Neb.
As a performer, Clegg has appeared multiple times as a soloist on the Lied Center Stage and has performed roles for UNL Opera, Opera Omaha, and the TADA Theater. Most recently, he has been a member of the Sounding Light professional choir, First Plymouth Choir, and Schola Cantorum; and through opportunities with these choirs he has performed at ACDA and NMEA conferences. He has also served as the Registrar for West Central Regional NATS and co-presented research at the International Convention of Teachers of Singing in Stockholm, Sweden.
Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Master of Music (Voice Performance), University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Bachelor of Music, Southern Utah University