Judith Hill Bose, Associate Director of Teacher Education and Educational Initiatives
Judith Hill Bose currently serves as the Associate Director of Teacher Education and Educational Initiatives at the Longy School of Music of Bard College, where, among other duties, she directs the signature Experiential Education Program and collaborates on curriculum design for the Master of Arts in Teaching program. Prior to Longy, Judith was the Director of Education for Cantata Singers in Boston, and for ten years, was a master Teaching Artist with the Lincoln Center Institute in New York City. She has worked extensively as a free-lance consultant for arts education organizations both nationally and internationally.
She is also active as a performing soprano – most recently in Boston, MA with Cantata Singers, Capella Clausura, and the prestigious Church of the Advent Choir. Having spent the previous ten years in New York City, her most recent performances there were in Hic et Nunc, a new collaborative composition for two dancers, two vocalists and piano at St. Mark's in the Bowery, in recital at the Riverside Church, and as soloist in Messiah with the Riverside Church Choir. In Manhattan she also appeared with the Village Light Opera, the New York Opera Forum, on the Landmark Festival Recital Series, and at St. Bartholomew’s Church. Judith toured for two and a half seasons with the National Opera Company and starred in operettas for three seasons with the Ohio Light Opera. Other highlights include appearances with the Atlanta Savoyards, two seasons with the Jarvis Conservatory Zarzuela Festival in Napa, CA, five seasons with the Cantata Singers of Boston, as soloist with the North Carolina Symphony, the Raleigh Symphony, members of the Buffalo Philharmonic and, in recital on WBFO radio in Buffalo, NY. She has also studied and performed at the Tanglewood, Aspen and Bel Canto Music Festivals. Her undergraduate degree is from Duke University, she holds a MM from the New England Conservatory of Music, and a PhD in Urban Education from the City University of New York Graduate Center in Manhattan.
B.A., Duke University; M.M., New England Conservatory of Music; PhD., City University of New York. Performances at St. Mark's in the Bowery, Riverside Church, St. Bartholomew’s Church. Opera roles with Village Light Opera, New York Opera Forum, National Opera Company, Ohio Light Opera. Soloist with the North Carolina Symphony, Raleigh Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic. Faculty: Longy School of Music.