Katie Bull

Katie Bull

Katie Bull teaches Whole Body Voice © which she evolved from her work with the late great vocal coach Chuck Jones. Katie is also a Certified Fitzmaurice Technique © Associate Teacher. and a Feldenkrais Technique (c) NYC7 Candidate. Credits in Universities: Brooklyn College, and the Playwright’s Horizon Studio; Level I at NYU/Tisch; and Vox Level I, II and III/advanced vocal production at the Atlantic Studio at NYU/Tisch since 1999 where she has been Head of Vocal Production since 2004. She has also taught in various professional studios in NYC including Michael Howard Studio, CayMichael Patten Studio, Larry Singer studio and The Gate studio. Highlights from twenty years of Private Coaching include: Felicity Huffman in TransAmericaPhoebe in Wonderland, “Desperate Housewives” (episodes) & American Crime (audition); Eden Regal in “All My Children” (Emmy season); Mime artist David Shiner as the Cat-In-the-Hat in Seussical (Weinstein production); Jonathan Cake in his role as Coriolanus at the Old Globe in London; Bill Irwin in Waiting for Godot on Broadway (Roundabout Theater); Bradley Fleisher in the Broadway production of Bengal Tiger in the Baghdad Zoo; Maggie Kiley in Scarcity (Atlantic Theater Company); Mary McCann in the musical premiere of Spring Awakening (ATC); Kate Blumberg in The Syringa Tree (audition/Playhouse 91); Eva Longoria for a screentest/feature film; James Spader and Kerry Washington on Broadway in RACE; Karen Allen and Pamela Shaw in Summer Day at the Cherry LaneYoung Jean Lee in We Are All Gonna Die, at Lincoln Center, and many more. She is a published writer (Applause Books, Buddy’s Knife Press, NYTE Press, Lapidus Press) and a journalist; she wrote the Vox News column for the NYC Jazz Record ’12-’15, and is also a professional jazz vocalist with six CDs, radio airplay and radio CMJ Top 10 charting;  in 2011 she received Grammy nomination consideration for her album Freak Miracle on the Innova Label; and in 2015 she made the NPR Top Ten Jazz Critics Poll (#6) for her album All Hot Bodies Radiate, on her own Ashokan Indie label. Katie is also an environmental advocate and the founder of Climate Force, an inter-arts producing organization to benefit the environmental movement. She has previously produced non-profit theater and music events for TheaterKore Inc. and the Improvisational Arts Ensembles, Inc. and is the Artistic Director of the Bull Family Orchestra (BFO), an inter-arts theater company. Katie holds a BFA in Theater Arts from SUNY Purchase, and an MA from New York University/Gallatin School of Individualized Study where she researched the phenomena of voice and vocal fry through an inter-disciplinary lens including neurophysiology, neuroanthropology, sociology ,and social psychology. She is a Certified IRB Graduate Researcher and her writing on voice will be featured in the upcoming book RAE, in a chapter about vocal energy.