As Visiting Professor, Soprano Christine Brewer Delights with Master Class

| October 17, 2014
Visiting professor and soprano Christine Brewer and Department of Music students

Christine Brewer, one of the world’s greatest living sopranos, conducted her annual public master class at Webster in the Community Music School concert hall with seven music majors singing music in multiple languages.

Webster University’s Department of Music welcomed Grammy-award winning soprano Christine Brewer as visiting professor on Monday, Oct. 13, for a seminar discussion. Brewer along with her own voice teacher, Christine Armistead, talked about the roles of the teacher and the student — who are really collaborators — in developing new repertoire, in guiding careers and in the development of the complete artist.

“Christine Brewer is one of the world’s greatest living sopranos, and we are delighted that she loves Webster University so much she is a visiting professor of Music here,” said Jeffrey Carter, chair of the Department of Music in the Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts.

On Wednesday, Oct. 15, Brewer conducted her annual public master class in the Community Music School concert hall with seven music majors singing music in multiple languages. “Chris’s annual seminar and master class are highlights of the year for us,” Carter said. “She loves how she can see our students growing and adapting, and she brings such insights and care to her teaching.”

Click here to read more about Brewer’s accomplished vocal career.

Brewer conducted a public master class with seven music majors, who sang in multiple languages.

Christine Brewer’s “annual seminar and master class are highlights of the year for us,” said Jeffrey Carter, department chair.

 

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