Judy O. Marchman

Lecturer

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Frost North Studio Wing 5499 San Amaro Dr
Room 128
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
 
About

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“I strive to inspire students to be the best version of themselves. Knowing their instrument, its capabilities, and performing at the highest level while maintaining a happy life is the environment I provide and encourage.”

Biography

Judy O. Marchman is a Lecturer of Voice at the FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC. She specializes in the solo songs of Peter Warlock; specifically Warlock’s emotional relationship to his compositional style. Current pedagogical research topics span issues related to the psychological wellbeing of performance artists, specializing in the relationship between university professors and students, and developing a structural model between university counseling centers and music departments.

Dr. Marchman’s students routinely receive high scores at the National Association of Teachers of Singing auditions and have been accepted to perform for noteworthy programs such as the Palm Beach Opera Studio Program, the Blue Lake Fine Arts Program and the Florida State University Honors Program.

Dr. Marchman has presented her work at the Symposium on Singing and Song in Newfoundland, Canada, the Florida Music Educator’s Association Conference, National Association of Music Educators National Conference, the College Music Society National Conference, the CMS Pacific Northwest, Southern, Southeastern, Great Lakes and Mountain Regional Conferences, and the CMS Summit: Music and the Mind in Seattle.

Apart from her research, Dr. Marchman can be seen performing at the OperaWorks Summer and Winter Workshops, the Atlantic Music Festival, the National Association of Teachers of Singing National Conference in Boston, and the National Opera Association Conference in Indianapolis. As a soloist, she has performed in several large oratorio works, such as Mozart’s Requiem, Faure’s Requiem, Rutter’s Magnificat and Gloria, Bach’s Magnificat, and Vivaldi’s Gloria, among others. Her roles include Miss Wordsworth (Albert Herring) and Eurydice (Les Malheurs d’Orfée).

Among the many honors she’s received are the Milton Cross Award and the Friedrich and Virginia Schorr Memorial Award. Keeping technologically current,

Dr. Marchman is an online blogger for the website It Ain’t Over ‘Til the Fat Lady Sings and is a current performance critic for the online forum Operagasm.com. She maintains a private studio at the Jupiter Academy of Music in Jupiter, Florida where she teaches voice and piano. She also remains active in her community as a fundraiser for the Daughters of American Revolution, a volunteer for the Palm Beach County Veterans’ Hospital and the Palm Beach County Animal Rescue League, all in addition to her role as a professional soloist at Church by the Sea in Fort Lauderdale.

Dr. Marchman completed her D.M.A in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance at the University of Miami, her M.M. at Florida State University and B.M. at Palm Beach Atlantic University. She is currently studying for a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

Career

Honors & Acknowledgements

Professional Experience


Career Highlights

  • Pedagogical research topics span issues related to the psychological wellbeing of performance artists, specializing in the relationship between university professors and students, and developing a structural model between university counseling centers and music departments
  • Performer at leading opera festivals throughout the country and performer in several large oratorio works, including Mozart’s Requiem, Faure’s Requiem, Rutter’s Magnificat and Gloria, Bach’s Magnificat, and Vivaldi’s Gloria
  • Continues to present her research and findings at leading seminars and symposiums 

Honors, Awards & Competitions

  • Recipient of the Milton Cross Award
  • Recipient of the Friedrich and Virginia Schorr Memorial Award 

Publications

  • Online blogger for the website It Ain’t Over ‘Til the Fat Lady Sings
  • Current performance critic for the online forum Operagasm.com