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Antonina Johnston

Lecturer, Voice

Outreach Coordinator, Music

Biography

Antonina Johnston (she/her/hers) is a Soprano and Private Voice Teacher. Antonina is an Associate Lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where she teaches Class Voice, Voice Lessons, and Business for Performing Artists. She earned a University Innovation Fellowship through the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University.  Antonina is currently completing a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management through the Helen Bader Institute and her Masters in Music Education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where she received her vocal degree in 2009. She has been teaching private voice lessons for the past twelve years and is the owner of Johnston Voice Studio, LLC. Antonina teaches classical, musical theatre and contemporary styles of singing and her students have consistently participated in singing competitions nationally and statewide. She is a current member of MTEA, PAVA, and NATS, where she just started her first term as Treasurer/Membership Secretary for the Wisconsin Chapter. Antonina is also a former board member and Program Manager for the Civic Music Association of Milwaukee. In addition to running a successful voice studio, she and her family are dedicated to promoting music education, equity, inclusivity, and access to the performing arts.