A veteran of the faculty of the nationally renowned St. Louis Cabaret Conference, recent adjunct faculty member at Webster University (2013-15) and director of over 30 professional cabaret shows/showcases, Tim Schall is a one man shop for singers looking to develop their singing and performance skills.
Tim maintains a vocal studio in St. Louis. He has taught students from 10 years to adults. His students have gone on to be accepted into vocal performance programs at Loyola University-New Orleans, Temple University, Belmont University, University of Alabama, Kansas University- Lawrence, and others. They also perform roles in their school productions and solo work in school concerts.
Tim has taught numerous cabaret performance classes in the St. Louis area and workshops in outlying Missouri communities. His classes are the main reason why so many singers in the St. Louis area have embraced cabaret performance.
Tim directed and created nearly 30 full-length cabaret shows and showcases for various singers, including Tony nominee Lara Teeter’s acclaimed New York debut at 54 Below in 2014.
He has served as adjunct faculty, teaching a cabaret performance class for several years to college seniors at Webster University’s Conservatory of Theater Arts.Additionally, he has taught song performance classes at Visitation Academy and Saint Louis University.