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Applied Voice, Instructor
College of Arts and Sciences
Vocal performance
Courses Taught 
Applied Voice
Music Concepts
Aural Training
Research Interests 
Vocal pedagogy and performance

M.A., Northeastern Illinois University, Vocal Pedagogy
B.M., University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, Vocal Performance


Instructor, Angela Weber, soprano, has performed such roles as Papagena in the The Magic Flute, Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro, Mable from Pirates of Penzance, Lucy from The Telephone, and Little Red from the children’s opera Little Red Riding Hood. Solo appearances also include Faure’s Requiem, with the Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra; Shubert’s Mass in G with the University of South Florida; and as a featured soloist on the radio broadcast, “Impromptu” aired on WFMT.

Internationally, Ms. Weber has participated in the Dvorák International Voice Competition in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. She was also a soloist at the International Advent Singing Festival in Vienna, Austria; the Festival Internazionale di Musica in Tuscany, Italy; and recently appeared as soloist in the Ghent Arts and Music Festival in Belgium. Ms. Weber has been a soloist and chorus member in many L’Opera Piccola productions.

Angela has been the soprano soloist and section leader at Park Ridge Community Church since 2002.

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