Joanne Scattergood

Style: Opera; Jazz; Classical; Pop; Musical Theatre


Title: Voice Teacher, Central Connecticut State University

Bio: Born and bred in New Jersey, Ms. Scattergood received her Bachelor of Music, summa cum laude from the Hartt College of Music at the University of Hartford. After studying as a mezzo-soprano for 12 years, she realized that she was a true soprano and found a mentor in Phyllis Bryn-Julson. She studied with Ms. Bryn-Julson for eight years and through the births of her three sons. Ms. Scattergood has sung oratorio all over New England, with the Hartford Symphony, Orchestra New England, the Pioneer Valley Symphony, the New Britain Symphony, and the Farmington Valley Symphony. Highlights of her career include Beethoven's Missa Solemnis under the direction of Robert Shaw with the Bordeaux Symphony at the St. Céré Music Festival in Souillac, France, the world premier of James Sellers’ Chanson Dada at the Monadnock Music Festival in Vermont, Serge Prokofieff’s The Ugly Duckling with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts, and a solo recital at the Hartford Atheneum with Hartford Symphony conductor Michael Lankester at the piano. In addition to Maestros Shaw and Lankester, Miss Scattergood has sung under the batons of Edward Cumming, John Eells, Michael Korn, John Rutter, James Sinclair, Sir Michael Tippett, and Sir David Willcocks. In addition to her solo career, Ms. Scattergood serves as the Artistic Director for the Ensign-Darling Vocal Fellowship out of the Bushnell, and teaches at Central Connecticut State University, the Westminster School, and in her home studio.

Voice Type: Soprano

Music Styles Taught: Opera; Jazz; Classical; Pop; Musical Theatre

Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter; I accept students through a college or university program

Contact Information


999 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, CT
USA 06070

TEL: 860-651-0358
MOBILE: 860-416-7821


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