Liz has literally helped me find my voice. Her technique is comprehensive and individually tailored. She makes a personal connection with every one of her lucky students. Liz truly invests in each person's unique sound and helps build confidence."
- Brooke Shields, THE ADDAMS FAMILY, CHICAGO, WONDERFUL TOWN, CABARET, GREASE, Golden Globe nominee for “Suddenly Susan”
Tristian Wyant
Voice teacher/Music Director/Accompanist from Tampa, Fl. with a B.A. in Music Performance/Teaching Spec., as well as a B.A. in Theatre from the University of West Florida. Some of her most prominent music direction credits include, A Little Night Music, Hair, 13 The Musical, Crazy for You, You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, tick, tick…BOOM!, and City of Angels. Tristian’s true passion lies with teaching voice and her love of education allows her to truly enjoy her job. Her students have had featured roles on and off Broadway, and the national tours of Kinky Boots, Matilda, Finding Neverland, August Rush, and The Lion King. In her free time, Tristian enjoys spending time with her husband and their daughter, Eva, and practicing yoga. She is consistently humbled to be working as an associate for Liz Caplan Vocal Studios.
Fernanda Douglas
Composer and Music Director from Goleta, California, and a graduate of Columbia University. She is a participant in the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and her original musical, Plath., was part of the 2015 NY Fringe Festival. As a performer, writer and MD, Fernanda has had the opportunity to work with celebrated artists, Cheri Steinkellner (Sister Act) and Amanda McBroom ("The Rose"); and as a teacher, she works with veterans of the stage, as well as up-and-coming Broadway artists. In her free time, she's the assistant to the Executive Director at The Dream Unfinished, the NYC-based activism orchestra. After her comprehensive apprenticeship with Liz, Fernanda is honored and overjoyed to be working as her associate in New York.
Nancy McIntosh
Voice Teacher/Coach, Seattle Originally from Lewiston, Idaho, Nancy McIntosh is an accomplished musical theatre performer and teacher. Having spent the last 24 years in Missoula, Montana, Nancy has become well-known in Missoula's theatre community, performing in musicals, concerts, cabaret events and solo recitals. In addition to performing, Nancy is an accomplished musical director and conductor, most recently musical directing productions of White Christmas, Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado, and Montana Lyric Opera's children's summer opera camp. She also has served as Montana Lyric Opera's Educational Outreach Program Director. Nancy has been teaching voice for over 20 years and recently became a licensed associate for the Liz Caplan Vocal Studio in New York City. She taught voice at Missoula's Next Step Prep, a summer intensive program for aspiring musical theatre students from across the country, helping to bring artists such as Jason Robert Brown, Georgia Stitt, Seth Rudetsky and Marni Nixon to Missoula for workshops and performances. Nancy holds a B.A. in Music from the College of Idaho and a M.M. in Vocal performance and Musical Theatre from the University of Montana. Nancy's practice is currently based in Lewiston, Idaho.
Marishka Wierzbicki
Voice Teacher/Coach, NYC Marishka holds a BFA from Carnegie-Mellon University and a Master's from The New England Conservatory of Music and has extensive training in dance, Alexander technique, Linklater, and yoga. Her professional credits include eighteen principal roles as an actor, singer, and dancer in the states and abroad. Among her teaching credits: The Hartt School, Pace University, C.A.P. 21 Summer Program, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Center, and The Manhattan School of Music Voice Festival. Internationally, she has taught vocal technique and coached in Vienna, Austria, and Brugge, Belgium. This summer she heads up a three week intensive for American singers in musical theatre voice as well as audition technique in Siena, Italy.   Marishka's students have garnered featured roles on Broadway, national and international tours, as well as regional theatres throughout the US and abroad. She is honored to be associated with the incomparable Liz Caplan.