Master Level Instructors
Karl Resnik has been teaching voice since 1973 while he was in graduate studies at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. As a lecturer on singing, he has given workshops and clinics from Alaska to Florida; presented lectures at universities and colleges throughout the United States; and has consulted with organizations such as Paramount Parks, Disney World, and Sea World on voice health and voice building issues.
Mr. Resnik’s students are now performing with the Metropolitan Opera, Chicago Lyric Opera, San Francisco Opera, and Cincinnati Opera, several opera houses in Germany, as well as on Broadway and in regional theaters across the country.
Since 1978, Karl has been the Executive Director of the Musical Arts Center in O’Bryonville. The Center has been prominent in providing the finest music education in the Tri-State. A broad scope of music education opportunities for our over 700 students is provided, with private lessons taught at the main campus in O’Bryonville.
Distinguished Level Instructors
On the voice faculty at MAC since 1997, Lincoln Chapman is also a founding director of the Young Artist Preparatory Program at MAC, one of the very few opera programs in the nation for outstanding high school singers (now in its 15th season). He also teaches voice at the School for Creative and Performing Arts and has been an instructor for Miami University’s Ohio High School Choral Workshop.
Mr. Chapman holds a Bachelor of Science in Music from Bowling Green State University and a Master of Music from University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, where he studied voice with Andrew White and opera with Italo Tajo and Malcolm Fraser.
He made his professional debut with the Cincinnati Opera in Schwanda the Bagpiper, and has performed with Opera Columbus, Syracuse Opera, The Spoleto Festival, Florida Arts Celebration, the Melbourne-Spoleto Festival and Her Majesty’s Theater (Australia), Charlestown Symphony, and the Cincinnati Symphony, among others.
Core Level Instructors
Soprano Tricia Logsdon earned her Masters in Vocal Performance from Lee University in Cleveland, TN in 2016. Following her Masters, she worked as the adjunct voice professor at Cleveland State Community College. Tricia lived abroad in Hildesheim, Germany for one year and has a good understanding of the German language and culture.
Tricia's love of music began at an early age, but her love of opera began in high school. In college, she performed roles such as Yum-Yum in The Mikado, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel, Princess in Ravel's The Child and the Spells and Giulia in The Gondoliers. After college, Tricia could be seen as Anna Gomez in Opera Tennessee's The Consul and then later as Soeur Constance in Dialogues des Carmelites with the Harrower Summer Opera Program.
Tricia was raised in Nashville, TN and recently relocated to Cincinnati to begin teaching at MAC and studying under Karl Resnik. She is excited to work at MAC and make a positive impact on the voices and lives of her students.
Tricia teaches at the MAC Main Location