Associate Professor of Voice, Chair of the Vocal Studies Area
On Faculty since 1999
Office: McAlister Hall 217
DMA, University of British Columbia
About Carolyn Hart
Carolyn Hart is a frequent performer of recital, oratorio and orchestral repertoire. She performs regularly in the Chicago area and has toured extensively throughout Canada and Great Britain. Further concerts have taken her to Hong Kong, Korea and most recently New York and Paris. She especially enjoys the collaboration of chamber music and performs with a variety of instrumental ensembles. Her CD Not Your Usual Lineup features newly commissioned Canadian works for soprano, clarinet and piano. A new a solo CD, The Bliss of Solitude, which celebrates Canadian Art Song, is soon to be released. She has been frequently broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) radio and television, as well as WFMT (Chicago), KPAC (Texas Public Radio) and Korean National Radio. Carolyn holds degrees from the University of Toronto, and completed her Doctorate at the University of British Columbia. Further studies have taken her to the Banff School of Fine Arts (Boris Goldovsky); Britten-Pears School (Peter Pears) in Aldeburgh, England; and the Académie de Musique (Hughes Cuenod) in Lausanne Switzerland. She has adjudicated extensively throughout Canada and has also served as juror for the Canada Council and the Eckhardt-Grammatté Competition. Dr. Hart has served on the Board of Directors for the Chicago Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and is currently Associate Professor and Chair of Voice at Wheaton College in Chicago.