Latta Music & Art Studio // Veronica's Kitchen - Where The Arts Live
Testimonials

"College students of all ages and of diverse backgrounds respond to Professor Latta's passion and expertise for music. He is thorough in his preparation and it really shows in students' enthusiasm and interest in his class. Each of the three years Professor Latta has taught music appreciation in the X-Mester early college program, he engages a new generation of listeners, eager to use what they have learned from his courses." 

Patricia Melton, Assistant Dean of Instruction at Vincennes University, Director X-Mester at Vincennes University

"In a very short amount of time (one day!), Matthew gave us a slew of exciting, practical methods for improving our directing and teaching skills.  I'm confident our students will become better actors and singers as a direct result of his lessons, and I know we are going to have a lot of fun using Matthew's games, worksheets and other tools in our classrooms and on our stages.  His enthusiasm is contagious, and he made sure all of us left with something worthwhile-- a worthy challenge since some of us had directed only one or two shows and others had directed too many to count-- plus had their own voice studios on the side!  On the business end, Matthew is the consummate professional.  We want to bring him back next year!!"

Ann Chatterson, Drama Teacher Workshop Coordinator,  Bay View Music Festival

“Dr. Matthew Latta has a way of bringing the best out of you…his methods work every time. The best part about working with Dr. Latta is that…he knows what you need before you do. Matthew Latta is the best thing that has ever happened to me. Thank You Dr. Latta.”

Jonathan Clark, Director of Music, First Christian Church, Vincennes Indiana

"Dr. Latta came to teach at Vincennes University in the Fall of 2008. Since I am the staff accompanist, he and I have collaborated on many projects together and I have found him to be hard working, always prepared, very professional and easy to work with. While attending some of his voice lessons with students, it is quite evident that his students have a great deal of respect for him. In collaborating with his voice students privately, they are always prepared, know what is expected of them and work very hard to achieve what Matt expects of them."

DeEtta Welte, Theatre Manager: Red Skelton Performing Arts Center, Vincennes University



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