Wheat Williams received his Bachelor of Music from Georgia State University, with previous studies at Belmont University School of Music in Nashville, Tennessee. A tenor, he studied operatic voice with Betty Boone and Dr. Ted Wylie, respectively.
A native of Decatur, Georgia, Wheat is a professional church chorister and soloist, with a lifetime of experience in traditional worship and classical music in churches throughout Atlanta. But he is equally at home not only with traditional Classical music, but also Rock, Pop, Musical Theater, and the Great American Songbook. He teaches Voice at all levels, to students of all ages and interests, along with Guitar, and Beginning Piano to young children. He has taught in several established music schools in the Atlanta area.
For three years he was the business manager for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, a leading early music chamber group. Before that he was a volunteer and consultant with the Bob Moog Memorial Foundation, which applies the history of electronic music to music education. In decades past he was a nationally-published music journalist.
Wheat draws on formal classical training and music theory to build a solid foundation for the student, in any style of music the student wishes to study. He always strives to understand each student from their own perspective, encouraging as well as challenging, helping each one to find their own voice.
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Norcross, Georgia, United States
Sorry, folks. For many years at this site I had a long-running blog where I posted things including
However, after all these years I just can't justify the cost of maintaining an extensive website. So I've taken all that stuff off-line as of October, 2019. I hope to have a solution for publishing some of that content again, as I have been contacted by people all over the world who read my posts.
If you are looking for a page you found at wheatwilliams.com before, use the Contact form and send me an email; I'll see what I can forward to you.
At the International Museum of the Baroque, Puebla City, Puebla, Mexico, January 2018