American baritone Jeffrey McEvoy is Assistant Professor of Voice and Director of Opera Studies at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC. As a performer and director, he is passionate about the education of drama through contemporary music and is a strong supporter of American art song, musical theatre and operatic literature.Noteworthy milestones include engagements as a resident baritone artist with the Kansas City Lyric Opera, a studio artist position with Sarasota Opera and summer apprenticeships with both Lake George Opera and Des Moines Metro Opera. Jeffrey holds his Doctorate of Musical Arts in vocal performance from the University of Kansas, Master of Music in Opera from Wichita State University and Bachelor of Arts in music as well as Bachelor of Science in Biology from John Brown University. He has been a Kansas City district winner and Regional finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and first place winner in the Midwest District of the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition in both the Graduate and Senior Men divisions. Highlights of previous seasons include contracts with regional companies such as Opera Carolina, Winston-Salem Symphony, Connecticut Opera, Opera Boston, Commonwealth Opera, Kansas City Lyric Opera, Sarasota Opera, Lake George Opera, Glens Falls Symphony, Hartford Opera Theater, Newbury Choral Society, Nashua Choral Society, Boston Opera Collaborative and Boston's OperaHub.Prior to Jeffrey's appointment to Winthrop University he taught at the University of Connecticut, the University of Kansas, Wichita State University, and Boston's Walnut Hill School of the Arts. He also held summer faculty positions for the Tanglewood Institute in Massachusetts and the Seagle Music Colony in upstate New York.
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