To send light into the darkness of men’s hearts—such is the duty of the artist.
— Robert Schumann

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A pianist with a passion for helping others, Regan Siglin has earned recognition for her musical sensitivity and gift for collaboration. She is frequently engaged as a vocal, instrumental, and large-ensemble pianist, as well as a private piano instructor and vocal coach. In 2018, she joined the artistic team of VOICES Boston as staff pianist, and looks forward to summer 2019 at the Boston University Tanglewood Institute as a vocal coach and pianist for the Young Artists Vocal Program. She spent the summer of 2018 as music director and pianist at Kidstock! Creative Theater, where she taught music classes, played weekly shows, and composed original musical numbers in conjunction with the camp’s young, creative minds.

An active performer in the Boston community, Ms. Siglin collaborates with Boston University choirs, students in both the vocal and instrumental degree programs at Boston University, the Boston University Opera Institute, MassOpera, and string students at the Cambridge Music Consortium, where she also maintains a growing piano studio. In January 2019, she made her opera coaching debut with t.b.d.opera.projects as pianist and musical coach for Jake Heggie’s Three Decembers, directed by Sharon Daniels. The Boston Musical Intelligencer described her performance as “spectacular, full of subtlety and fire.” Previous show engagements include Opera Coeur d’Alene’s production of Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss; Life is a Cabaret: The Songs of Kander and Ebb with Washington State University Opera Workshop; and Oliver! The Musical with Coeur d’Alene Christian Community Theater.

Outside of performing, Ms. Siglin enjoys writing both creatively and academically. She presented her undergraduate thesis on depictions of water in the music of Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel, a project that earned her a prestigious “Pass with Distinction” from the WSU Honors College. She also served as student manager and fiction editor for the Honors College’s online arts journal, The Palouse Review. Her innate love of words fuels her passion for music composition, which she views as a means of musical storytelling. Her 2012 self-produced album, Prism, features thirteen original compositions that explore different facets of color. She is currently collecting a repertoire of original Preludes for solo piano.

Ms. Siglin is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Kappa Lambda honor societies and graduated summa cum laude from Washington State University in 2016 (BM Piano Performance), where she studied with Drs. Jeffrey and Karen Savage. She earned her Master of Music in Collaborative Piano from Boston University in 2018, and is continuing her studies there with Dr. Javier Arrebola as a DMA candidate in collaborative piano.

Complete resume available here.

Collaborative piano repertoire list available here.