Caroline’s Resume


“An Enchanted Christmas” starring Caroline Hinton (produced by Caroline Hinton)

Ronald McDonald House Charity Christmas Eve Performance, raised and donated over $1,000.00

Owner/Manager of “The Green Room” Performing Arts Studio, Cocoa Village FL

Resident Voice Instructor (see student testimonials)

Cocoa Village Playhouse Resident Voice Instructor for “Big River,” “Oliver,” and “Young Frankenstein”

Theatrical Lead/Supporting-Lead Roles:  Alice Bean in “Titanic the Musical,” Nellie Forbush in “South Pacific,” Martha Jefferson in “1776”, and Marian Paroo in “The Music Man.”


Private Voice Instructor at Dussich Dance Studio (4 top 10 Brevard Idol student finalists & 1 top 3)

Private Voice Instructor at Goodbye Two Left Feet Dance Studio (Oct. 2007-Nov. 2008)

Featured Singer on “The O Project,” Washington DC

Obtained Florida Real Estate License

ACE-Certified Personal Trainer at Health-Plex of Merritt Island (Jan. 2006 – Nov. of 2007)

 2002-2005   University of Central Florida & Other:  

Madrigal Singers (small advanced sight-reading & singing group) – Featured Soloist

UCF University Chorus

Solo Jazz Performance at Officer’s Club (Warner Robins, Georgia Air-Force Base)

Active Choir Member & Soloist at 3,000+ Member Church, Orlando FL

ACE Certified, Master Personal Trainer of Hunter’s Creek LA Fitness

 1999-2001 Brevard Community College / Eastern Florida State College:

***Group Performance at Carnegie Hall (June 2000)

Group Performance with Kenny Rogers, Maxwell C. King Center  for the Performing Arts

Theatrical Lead Role: Sarah Brown in the Musical “Guys and Dolls”

Show Choir (dance & sing ensemble), and ACDA Choir.

Private Voice Instructor at “Hueston’s Music Studio”

Received AA, Graduating with Honors

Composed & Performed a Duet Version of “O Holy Night,” BCC Concert

“Toys for Tots” Music Concert / Fund-Raiser for Children

Consecutive Years of being on President’s & National Dean’s Lists for Academic Achievement

“All-Academic Team” award in Music

Phi Theta Kappa Scholastic & Psi Beta Psychology Honor Societies

Volunteered 30+ Community Hours in the Choir Department of Former High School

 1997-1999 Merritt Island High School:

“All-State” and “All-County” Music Festivals

Awards:  “Outstanding Vocalist,” “Best All Around,” and “Director’s Award”

“Senior Vocalist” (senior vocalist chosen to sing solo for graduating class)

FSU Honors Music Summer Ensemble 1998 – CD Soloist

Vocal Solo Rating of “Superior,” by FSU judge for “Solo and Ensemble”

Teaching & Directing “O Sifuni Mungu” for Merritt Island High School Concert

Co-President of Concert Choir & Island Singers

Day Care Teacher and Nanny for 3 Years



About Caroline Hinton’s Vocal Training:


Along with studying with other reputable voice instructors, Caroline Hinton had the immense honor of studying private voice for over 3 years with Louis Roney, who was named “A Tenor in the Grand Style!” by the New York Times.  During her time with Louis Roney, she learned a plethora of information about vocal technique, stage presence, pronunciation of foreign languages for song, how to perform a song upon knowledge of its context, as well as countless other facts about the arias and pieces studied.

“When I first read professor Roney’s resume I was very intimidated, but equally excited to learn from his past!  I was overwhelmingly honored to have been under scholarship by Louis Roney’s personal award foundation for select UCF music majors, where Mr. Roney taught after having retired from performing in the opera.  I know that the University must have been grateful to have such an accredited Harvard Graduate on staff.”  -Caroline Hinton.

Some of Louis Roney’s roles included being featured as the Lead Tenor in the following opera houses:

Opera de Paris, Berlin Städtische Oper, Hamburg Staatstheater, München Nationaltheater, Frankfurt Oper, Stuttgart Oper. Metropolitan Opera, and in a great number of other major opera companies throughout Western Europe and North America.

“I also greatly learned from professor Roney’s musical theatre class, where I first discovered my interest, and future love, of Musical Theatre/Broadway.  Most opera teachers that I have met are what I playfully call ‘opera snobs,’ but Mr. Roney’s musical diversity was refreshing to me and he always made our private and group classes fun and driven.  I owe so much to this teacher who believed in me, encouraged me and, sometimes sternly, drove my learning forward.  I loved him like family and I am forever indebted to him.  It is my greatest professional goal in life to leave my students with even a semblance of this kind of memory of me when they eventually spread their wings and fly.”

Other Skills: Trilingual (German & French), Italian Pronunciation, Acting, Basic Piano, Modeling, Personal Training, and Sales.


Special Announcement:  Auditions for students are available throughout the year.  To schedule a trial lesson, please e-mail or call Caroline.  Limited scholarships are available for those that are accepted, if financial status deems necessary.  Please include the following, helpful information:

1.  Name, age, e-mail and cell phone               2.  Style(s) of music that you would like to study                3.  Previous experience in the Performing Arts (if applicable)           4.  weekday evening availability


Phone 321-750-2702



Lesson Location:

The Green Room

252 Brevard ave

Cocoa, FL  32922

(next to the Cocoa Village Playhouse)