- Assistant Professor of Practice in Voice
A native of Virginia, Cynthia Morrow is a graduate of Hollins College (Phi Beta Kappa), The University of Maryland, and The Ohio State University, where she earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Performance. She has been a member of the music faculties at the University of Florida, Mississippi College, and Hope College in Holland, Michigan. Working with both undergraduate and graduate voice students, she has taught a variety of courses related to vocal performance, including vocal literature, vocal pedagogy, applied voice, diction, and opera workshop. As Director of Opera Theater at Mississippi College, she directed performances of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro and The Magic Flute, and Strauss’ Die Fledermaus, along with numerous workshops and scene recitals. A number of Dr. Morrow’s voice students have won their divisions at the state and regional levels of NATS competitions. Dr. Morrow has performed a wide array of repertoire, including leading roles in Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte (Despina), Poulenc’s Dialogue of the Carmelites (Constance), and Britten’s Albert Herring (Miss Wordsworth), as well as in oratorios by Handel, Bach, and Mozart.