Fullerton College

Music Division

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Susan Brown

Soprano

Susan Brown holds a B.A. and M.A.T. in music and a Ph.D. in musicology. She has studied voice and vocal pedagogy with Ruth Dobson and piano with Margaret Saunders Ott, and has performed in choirs with the English early music specialist Andrew Parrott, Roger Wagner, the Estonian State Choir, and the Oregon Symphony. A soprano with an affinity for early music, her Ph.D. dissertation is on seventeenth-century English song.

She is the recipient of the Mayers Fellowship at the Huntington Library, the William Clark Fellowship at UCLA, and the Coolidge Fellowship at Yale University for post-doctoral research. Her book, Singing and the Imagination of Devotion: Vocal Aesthetics in Early English Protestant Culture, is being published by Paternoster Press in England.

Contact Susan...
Phone: 714-992-7142
Email: sbrown@fullcoll.edu