Welcome to the voice area of the University of Alabama School of Music. Our faculty is made up of dedicated, experienced professionals who are committed to each singer’s individual development.

Our biggest news is the welcome addition of two new faculty members to the Voice area: Dr. Alexis Davis-Hazell join us as Assistant Professor of Music and Maestro Laurie Rogers joins UA as Instructor of Music, Vocal Coach, and Associate Music Director of Opera.  Watch for headshots and bios and more announcements to come during the summer.

Our students participate in a variety of ensembles, including the flourishing UA Opera Theatre and its training component along with an exciting array of choral opportunities.  In recent years, the School of Music has had numerous nationally and internationally acclaimed artists visit our campus to give concerts and master classes. Some of our renowned guests have included Marilyn Horne, Benita Valente, Tatiana Troyanos, Samuel Ramey, William Warfield, Jerome Hines, Warren Jones, and Marvis Martin.  Additional guests artists and lecturers have included Thomas Bagwell, James Bobick, Kenneth Bozeman, Lynn Helding, Donald Miller, and Natalia Rivera. In 2017-2018, the voice area welcomed Scott McCoy, Laurie Rogers, Caleb Harris, Christy Lee, William Hudson, and others.

Click HERE to see what current and former students say about the Voice program at Alabama!

Degrees Offered

The School of Music offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in vocal performance. Follow the links to view information about admission and course requirements in the UA academic catalog.

The School of Music also offers undergraduate (Bachelor of Science in Education, BSE) and graduate (Master of Arts, MA) degrees in Vocal/Choral Music Education, and undergraduate degrees in Music Therapy (Bachelor of Music, BM), and General Music (Bachelor of Arts, BA) with voice as the primary instrument.  Please see the respective departmental pages on this website for more information on these voice degree programs.

We invite you to explore the rest of the voice area site including pages dedicated to special programs in vocal pedagogy and song repertoire and information on our faculty and alumni.

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