Teaching Lecturer, Voice
Office: Silver Center for the Arts Room 329
Hannah Murray, lyric coloratura, received her B.A. in vocal performance from Connecticut College, and her M.M. in vocal pedagogy and performance from Westminster Choir College. Additional studies include the Royal Academy of Music in London, England, and Middlebury College’s Deutsch fur Sangerin program. A highly sought after voice teacher, Mrs. Murray’s students have gone on to sing at some of the nations leading Schools of Music, such as Boston Conservatory, Elon, the Tisch school at NYU and Yale, and have also sung on national musical theater tours, and off and on Broadway.
An accomplished singer in her own right, Mrs. Murray has performed throughout the Northeastern United States. She has been a soloist for the Nashua Symphony, The Paul Madore Chorale, The Opera circle, The Keiser Concert Series at St. Paul’s School, and the Musicians of Wall Street series at Concord Community Music School, amongst others.
A resident of Concord NH, Mrs. Murray is a teaching Lecturer at Plymouth State University where she specializes in voice for musical theater. Formerly, she held the position of Voice and Choral Department Chair at Concord Community Music School, Adjunct Lecturer of Music at St. Anselm College, and spent three years as Music Director at South Congregational Church. She is the mother of two, Grace and Caroline, and is an active member of The National Association of Teachers of Singing. Upcoming engagements include Bach’s ‘Magnificat’ in March of 2020 with the Orchestra of Indian Hill, Bruce Hangen conductor.