Leslie Holmes

Style: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
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Title: Private voice teacher; professional singer
Bio: Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net Soprano Leslie Holmes, a Wellesley College graduate, is well-known for her numerous solo appearances, as well as for her radio program of eleven years on Classical Radio Boston, WCRB. Her solo appearances include the Boston Symphony, Boston Pops, Opera Company of Boston, and Boston’s Chorus Pro Musica. Ms. Holmes has performed solo recitals at such venues as the Gardner Museum, Great Woods, Boston Public Library, French Library and Cultural Center, Bard College, throughout the East, Europe, Cuba, and on NPR. Currently, she presents recitals of classical cabaret, music by women composers, French composers, and The Great American Songbook. A past New England Regional Governor and frequent adjudicator, she is on the NATS Foundation Board. President of the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra, and hosts a Cabaret Open Mic at Amazing Things Arts Center. She is on the Board of Boston Singers Resource, and is Chair of the Advisory Board of the Boston Association of Cabaret Artists, and on the Advisory Board of the Maud Powell Signature magazine. Leslie was recently named Distinguished Woman of the Year by the Boston Alumnae Chapter of SAI. www.leslieholmes.net
Voice Type: Soprano
Music Styles Taught: Opera; Classical; Musical Theatre
Availability: I am available as a performer; I am currently accepting private students; I offer lessons in a group environment

Contact Information

Studio

377 Weston Road
Wellesley, MA
USA 02482

TEL: 781-237-9313
MOBILE: 781-771-2639

E-mail: leslie@leslieholmes.net
Web: www.leslieholmes.net

Vcard: import to my address book

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