Style: Opera; Folk; Classical
Title: Senior Lecturer in Music
Bio: MARGARET FRAZIER, soprano, collaborated and toured with the Boston Camerata from 1990 until 2012. Well known for the expressiveness and clarity of her voice, the Boston Globe wrote, "Ms. Frazier's radiant singing mustered up the virtues of Elly Ameling." The Providence Journal called Margaret Frazier's "the kind of pure, unforced voice you can listen to all afternoon. As a Senior Lecturer at her alma mater, Ms. Frazier teaches studio voice, voice methods and is one of the departmental advisors. She is a former President and Governor of the Rhode Island Chapter of NATS and maintains a private voice studio. An enthusiastic student of the Alexander Technique, Ms. Frazier continues to study privately and attend workshops so that she can share insights in her teaching. In addition Margaret has taken webinars in CoreSinging (Meribeth Dayme), Transgender Voice (Liz Jackson Hearns), and completed Level I of Integrated Manual Therapy for Voice, Speech and Swallowing.
Voice Type: Soprano
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Folk; Classical
Availability: I am currently accepting private students; I am available as a clinician or presenter; I accept students through a college or university program