College of Musical Arts
Adjunct Assistant Professor (soprano)
0113 Moore Musical Arts Center
Soprano Chelsea Cloeter holds a master of music degree in vocal performance and pedagogy from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, and a bachelor of arts degree from Middlebury College in Vermont. An experienced soloist, she has appeared with the Tucson Pops Orchestra, Albany Pro Musica, Milwaukee Choral Artists, and numerous university ensembles across the country. As a chorister, she has spent two seasons with the Lake George Opera Festival and five seasons at the Oregon Bach Festival, where she was a soloist in master classes given by artistic director Helmuth Rilling.
Ms. Cloeter has studied in master classes with Phyllis Curtin, Glenn Parker, and Dalton Baldwin, and in the studio with David Jones and Korby Myrick. She has taught voice in the State University of New York system and at Wisconsin’s Carroll University. Currently she is an adjunct assistant professor of voice at BGSU.