GRACE WEBER JOHNSON, Mezzo Soprano Voice (Classical and Musical Theater)
D.M.A. in Voice Performance, Shenandoah Conservatory, Winchester, VA. M.M. in Voice Performance/Pedagogy, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC. A.B. in Music, Coker College, Hartsville, SC.
For all genres of vocal music, Grace Johnson’s primary goal is to help her students acquire and maintain a technique that supports the health and beauty of their voices. She enjoys working with both beginner and advanced students and has over 30 years teaching experience, including K-12 general/choral music and college-level Applied Voice. Her former students are performing and teaching. As part of her ongoing interest in the psychological aspects of singing stemming from her doctoral research, she has lectured widely in Europe and North America. In addition to several scholarly articles regarding psychology and singing she published a children’s book about stage fright, The Little Fish Who was Afraid to Swim (Author House, 2008). A mezzo-soprano, she specializes in the Oratorio and Art Song repertoire.
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