Adjunct Lecturer, Voice
Bass-baritone Mark Schnaible has sung more than 75 leading roles with opera companies and orchestras throughout the world with such conductors as Kent Nagano, Seiji Ozawa, Christoph Eschenbach, Edo de Waart, Michel Plasson and Franz Welser-Möst. His operatic repertoire includes Mozarts; Giovanni and Leporello, Count and Figaro, Escamillo, 4 Villians, Duke Bluebeard, Scarpia, Der Wanderer, Höllander, Kothner, Biterolf, Friedrich, Orest and Jochanaan.
He has served on the voice faculties of Morningside College, Boston University and Rutgers University as well as the summer programs LidalNorth (Oslo), International Institute of Vocal Arts (Chiari, Italy), The Intermezzo Foundation (Brugge, Belgium) and VoicExperience (Savannah, Ga.). His students have won numerous competitions and have been young artists at the Sarasota Opera, Chautauqua Opera, Ashlawn, Central City, Utah Festival Opera, New Jersey Opera and Opera Theatre of St. Louis. He has given master classes at Loyola University, Lawrence Conservatory and Morningside College as well as the Edward Grieg Conservatory in Bergen, Norway.