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Elizabeth Gerbi

Professorial Lecturer Department of Performing Arts

Elizabeth Gerbi is well known across the Northeast as a singing teacher, voice coach, choral conductor, and music director/pianist (150+ productions). As a singer-actor, she has appeared in regional productions ranging from "Annie Get Your Gun" to "I Pagliacci" to "The Kenny Rogers Christmas Tour." Recent projects include musical directing "The Chris Betz Show" at Rose's Turn and The Sage Theatre in NYC, "Side Show" and "Tommy" at Westchester Broadway Theatre, "The Sound of Music" at the Wagon Wheel Theatre of Warsaw, Indiana, conducting "Dreamgirls" and "Seussical" at Debaun Auditorium in Hoboken, NJ, adapting "Starmites 2000" with Broadway composer Barry Keating, and accompanying master classes for Broadway veterans Ken Jennings, Lindsay Mendez, and Lisa Howard. She is also a former consultant for the Rodgers and Hammerstein Music Library, and currently serves as a both New York State School Music Association Solo Adjudicator and a respondent for the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. She attended Ithaca College (Bachelor's of Music in Voice Performance and Music Education) is a Level-III graduate in Somatic Voicework: The LoVetri Method, and completed a Master's in Music Education from Boston University. She has previously taught on the faculties of the State University of New York at New Paltz and SUNY Dutchess Community College.


MME, Boston University; BM, Ithaca College

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