Barbara Peters

In addition to maintaining a private studio for more than 40 years, Barbara Peters has served on the faculties of High Point University, Elon University, UNC Greensboro and UNC Chapel Hill. She made her Carnegie Hall debut in Mahler’s Eighth Symphony with Canterbury Choral Society, and has been a featured soloist in over 60 oratorio, chamber, and Pops programs.

Bring an open mind and a willingness to learn and participate to every class. Allow your eagerness, curiosity, attentiveness, respect, initiative and diligence to emerge and develop as we create a mutually safe and productive learning environment.

Barbara Peters

Credentials
  • Has performed in recital at Glenridge Performing Arts Center in Sarasota, Florida, and made her acclaimed Long Leaf Opera debut in the role of Birdie in Marc Blitzstein’s "Regina."
  • Made her European television debut in recitals for the RAI from the historic Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Italy. 
  • Active Certified Voice Therapist from the McClosky Institute of Voice, for whom she leads workshops and seminars.
Awards, Recognitions and Honors
  • Nominated for the UNC Chapel Hill Outstanding Faculty Award, 2004

Organizations
  • NATS
  • Pi Kappa Lambda Music Honor Society

Education

M.M. Vocal PerformanceUNC Greensboro

License de Concert ChantL’École Normale de Musique, Paris

B.M. Vocal PerformanceThe Boston Conservatory