An active performer and teacher in the Boston area, soprano Elizabeth Sterling firmly believes in the adage that "everyone can sing", and strives to help students of a wide range of vocal experiences and abilities experience the joy of music & build confidence through the improvement of vocal technique, musicianship, musical literacy, and artistry.
As a performer, Ms. Sterling has recently performed with organizations such as the Multiverse Concert Series, Quorum Boston, MIT's Gilbert & Sullivan Society, Emerald City Opera (now Opera Steamboat), Longwood Opera, and OperaWorks. As a soprano soloist, Ms. Sterling has been featured in works such as Handel’s Messiah, Fauré’s Requiem and Vivaldi’s Gloria (RV 588).
Ms. Sterling completed her Masters of Music in Voice Performance at the Longy School of Music of Bard College, where she received the Amabassador Assistantship. She received her Bachelors of Music in Voice Performance from Baldwin-Wallace College (now University), where she graduated magna cum laude.
In addition to teaching at the Yamaha Music School of Boston, Ms. Sterling also works as the Soprano Soloist and Section Leader at the United Congregational Church of Needham, and teaches Semi-Private Voice Lessons at the Tufts University Community Music Program. More information can be found on her website, www.elizabeth-sterling.com .
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