STUDY WITH DR. VAN EYCK


The study of music can enrich many aspects of one’s life, and Dr. Van Eyck wants each of her students to find joy, pride, and success in their singing. In addition to her position at Baylor University, she teaches private voice lessons in Waco and Austin, TX. Students of Dr. Van Eyck have been competition winners at the national and regional level. Among them are undergraduate and graduate scholarship winners at Baylor University, the Eastman School of Music, Manhattan School of Music, Westminster Choir College, New York University, and the Boston Conservatory.

Jamie Van Eyck, DMA

Dr. Van Eyck is proud to serve as an Assistant Professor of Voice at Baylor University in Waco, TX, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate voice, as well as the Vocal Literature course for Vocal Performance Majors. She earned the Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Performance from UW-Madison, where she was a recipient of the prestigious Paul Collins Award for Performance Distinction, and winner of a Mellon Foundation Dissertation Fellowship. She holds a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance and a Master of Music Degree in Vocal Pedagogy from The New England Conservatory of Music. As a teacher of voice, Dr. Van Eyck regularly seeks out continuing education opportunities. She recently received grants to study at the 2015 NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) Winter Workshop, and the 2016 David Jones Teacher Mentoring Program in New York City. She was selected as one of twelve participants in the prestigious 2016 NATS Intern Program, where she completed intensive study with Master Teacher, Julie Simson, as well as Master Teachers Stephen King, James Doing, and Jeannette LoVetri. Dr. Van Eyck works with students of a variety of ages and skill-levels, from those in the early stages of vocal study to singers embarking upon professional singing careers. She aims to help students release vocal tension and inhibition to find a completely individual and easily produced sound that is capable of power, projection, and broad artistic expression. She brings to each student the knowledge that she has acquired through years of academic study, as well as her extensive and distinguished professional performance career, which includes work with many of the most notable opera companies, orchestras, coaches, teachers, and conductors in the United States and abroad.

Recent Student Accomplishments

  • Gwen Paker, soprano: Eastman School of Music, Vocal Performance Scholarship Winner
  • Darrell Morris, tenor: Boston College, Graduate Vocal Performance Scholarship Winner
  • Julia Powers, mezzo-soprano: First Place Winner (Advanced Voice) Bach International Music Competition
  • Logan Tanner Wright, tenor: Westminster Choir College, Graduate Vocal Performance Scholarship Winner
  • Damon Duckett, tenor: Fourth Place Winner at Texoma District NATS Competition (Freshmen Men)
  • Rebecca Bradley, soprano: Fifth Place Winner at Texoma District NATS Competition (Sophomore Women)
  • John Jovicich, baritone: Fourth Place Winner at Texoma District NATS Competition (Freshmen Men)

Educational Background


Doctor of Music: Vocal Performance, The University of Wisconsin – Madison

  • Recipient of the Paul Collins Fellowship for Outstanding Performance and a Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the Mellon Foundation

Master of Music: Vocal Pedagogy, New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA)

  • Graduated with academic honors and performance distinction

Master of Music: Vocal Performance, New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA)

  • Graduated with academic honors and performance distinction

Bachelor of Music: Vocal Performance, University of Wisconsin – Madison

  • Graduated with academic honors and performance distinction