Instructor of Voice
B.S., Human Biology
B.M., Music History & Culture, Case Western Reserve University
M.A., Early Music Performance Practices
José Gotera is an adjunct professor of voice at Hiram College. In addition to teaching voice he directs the Hiram Men's Chorus and the Opera and Musical Theater workshop. José completed his graduate studies at Case Western Reserve University with a Master's degree in Early Music Performance Practices. He has performed with Toronto's Tafelmusik and as a soloist with Apollo's Fire. José has also performed solo roles with Cleveland Opera on Tour, Opera Circle and sings regularly with the Chorus of Opera Cleveland. Last year José was a featured soloist with the West Shore Chorale under the direction of John Drotleff. José is currently the baritone soloist at Trinity Cathedral and he continues to take voice lessons with Noriko Fujii at the Cleveland Institute of Music.