Martha Arnold

Martha Arnold is a voice specialist with more than 20 years of experience as a performer in opera and musical theater. She has coached theater and corporate clients, teaching them vocal techniques. For each individual, she customizes a training program that utilizes the natural voice. Through simple exercises, her clients learn to use the breath as a conduit for speech, achieve efficient speech production, and apply their newfound vocal knowledge to maintain a healthy and stress-free voice. Her coaching personifies her philosophy that a dynamic communicator weds the quality of a thought with the quality of the sound on which it is carried. For Ginny Pulos Communications, she helps clients communicate their presentations clearly and she helps them solve challenging voice and diction concerns.

Ms. Arnold made her Avery Fisher Hall debut in New York City as Soprano Soloist in the Mozart Requiem. She toured with Carol Channing in Hello Dolly, performed in Fiorello in the “City Center Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert” series, and sang with the Third National Tour of Phantom of the Opera, directed by Hal Prince. She was a contract artist at New York City Opera and has sung leading roles with Connecticut Opera, Atlanta Opera, Opera Carolina and the New Jersey State Opera. She holds a Bachelor of Music, magna cum laude, from the Hartt College of Music in West Hartford, Connecticut. She is a member of Actors’ Equity Association, the American Guild of Musical Artists and New York Women in Communications, Inc.

In addition to her extensive theatrical background, Ms. Arnold is also Manager of Copy Edit/Outlet Development in Marketing and Representative Communications at Avon Products, Inc., in New York City.

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