Meet the Artists

Darnell T. Roulhac

Tenor, Darnell T. Roulhac is the Assistant Professor of Practice in the School of Theatre, Film & Television. He is a native of Washington, D.C. where he attended the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. He is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory where he obtained his Bachelor’s of Music in Vocal Performance. Additionally, as a member of the Washington National Opera chorus, Darnell has been a part of several productions including Appomattox, Don Carlo, and Eugene Onegin. Darnell completed his graduate studies at Shenandoah Conservatory where he received his Master of Music in Vocal Pedagogy: CCM. After maintaining a private voice studio in D.C. for a number of years, Darnell continues his work as a voice teacher and professional vocalist.

As a teacher, Darnell is dedicated to helping students find their authentic voice. His students have gone on to produce their own albums, start their own bands, join professional ensembles and have even graced Broadway stages in such shows as Lion King and Hamilton. He has also been invited to present workshops and masterclasses on such topics as cross-over singing, audition preparation, and characterization across the United States.

“When words aren’t enough, there's music.”