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Keshena Luckett

Keshena Cisneros-Watson (Luckett) graduated from the University of Illinois with degrees in Choral Music Education and Vocal Performance. Keshena was a member of the University of Illinois Women’s Glee Club for one year and was a member of the Black Chorus for four years. She was also the student director of the Black Chorus for three years. She has appeared in Puccini’s La Boehme and Donizetti’s L’elisir D’amore as a choir member with the DuPage Opera Theatre, under the direction of Maestro Kirk Muspratt. During her college years, Keshena appeared in operas like, La Natura in La Calisto, and a choir member and Third Boy in Die Zauberflöte. Keshena was a Young Artist at Songfest in Malibu, CA, and sang in Master Classes and concerts under world-renowned voice teachers and composers. In 2012, Keshena appeared in Die Zauberflöte, as the Third Lady in Atlanta. At U of I, Keshena was awarded multiple music education and vocal performance scholarships and awards, including the most prestigious Smith Full-Tuition Scholarship. Keshena has taught general music, High School Choral Music, and private lessons for many years. Keshena currently studies with Julie Ann Miller and works as an In-School and Neighborhood Conductor for the Chicago Children’s Choir.


Fees for voice lessons are $22 for a 30 minute lesson, or $33 for a 45 minute lesson, meeting once weekly. Payment for the full month is due at the beginning of each month. Mrs. Luckett can be reached at (630) 329-1138 or to sign up for lessons.

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