"The truth and naturalness of her voice made a powerful effect" -The Boston Globe
Soprano Sabrina Learman performs frequently as a soloist in the Boston area. An advocate for new music, Learman has premiered many works and has sung everything from Bach to Schoenberg and beyond. A founding member of the highly acclaimed Chameleon Arts Ensemble, she has been a soloist with a variety of groups, including First Mondays in Jordan Hall, Composers in Red Sneakers, the Enchanted Circle Series, the Nashua Symphony, Boston Chamber Ensemble, Opera New England, The Zamir Chorale of Boston, Wellesely Choral Society and the Avenue of the Arts Chorale. Learman has been heard live on WGBH Radio, and has recorded for the Discovery Channel, and with Boston Baroque, with whom she has been singing for more than fifteen years. Collaborations with composers and musicians include Yehudi Wyner, Barbara White, David Leisner, Alan Fletcher, and Tatyana Dudochkin.
When not performing, Learman has a passion for teaching, and is a member of thevoice faculty at Emerson College’s BFA Musical Theater program and New EnglandConservatory Preparatory and Continuing Education Schools, in addition to maintaining a private studio. Learman’s students have been heard on Broadway, and in national tours. Beginning fall 2011, Learman will be teaching a course in New England Conservatory's Entrepreneurial Musicianship Department. Summer teaching includes the Fusion Arts Exchange Program (at Northeastern University), Emerson College Pre-College Musical Theatre Program and Creative Arts at Park.
Bachelor’s degree, Eastman School of Music, Master’s degree and Graduate Diploma, distinction in performance, 1996 recipient of the Gunther Schuller Award, New England Conservatory. Also faculty of Emerson College. Former faculty of University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Brookline Music School, and the New York State Summer School for the Arts. Studies with Kathleen Kaun, Ruth Falcon, Sharon Daniels, Thomas Paul, Lucy Shelton, and Tamara Brooks. Chamber music instruction under the tutelage of Jan DaGaetani.
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