Todd GraberDepartment: Music
Rank: Professor

Conatct Info:
Office Hours: 3-4 Tuesdays; 9-10 Wednesdays; or by appointment

Personal Bio:
Formerly: Assistant Professor at Missouri State University (formerly Southwestern Missouri State University)
Nazareth College of Rochester, NY
Baldwin-Wallace Music Conservatory, OH

B.M.: Education 1983, Bowling Green State Univ.
M.M.: Vocal Performance 1988, Bowling Green State Univ.
D.M.A.: Vocal Performance 1996, University of Michigan
Teachers: Virginia Starr, Andreas Poulimenos, George Shirley, Connie Haas (Pedagogy), Marilyn Barach (Alexander Technique)

Specialization: Chairperson, Voice and Musical Theatre

Various recording projects including:
Die schöne Müllerin with Juan Francisco La Manna, piano
It's a Grand Night Four Singing (SATB vocal quartet)
Magic!!! (SATB vocal quartet)

Baroque recital shared with Anonymous Four’s Jackie Horner
Homage to Britten/Poulenc 
Schubert’s Die schöne Müllerin (recorded and released with pianist, Juan La Manna)
Collaboration with the Aulos Ensemble performing Bach arias
Numerous leading operatic roles including performances in NY, Switzerland, OH, MI, NM and others

Recital featuring Poulenc’s Tel jour, telle nuit for a recital/presentation in Lüneburg, Germany

Current Research/Research Interests: 
Vocal Pedagogy
Alexander Technique/Study of Kinesthesia and Cognitive Science as it pertains to vocal function

Professional Affiliates:
National Association of Teachers of Singing
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Mu Beta Psi
Pi Kappa Lambda
College Music Society

Former students have achieved success on Broadway with lead and supporting roles in Wicked, American Idiot, In the Heights, Next to Normal, Pippin and Rock of Ages. Others have continued their education at schools such as Indiana University, Manhattan School of Music, Eastman School of Music, Oberlin and Florida State.