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Elizabeth Allison

Music Education Faculty

Elizabeth (Libby) Allison earned her B.S. in music education and her M.A. in education from the University of Connecticut and a C.A.G.S. in education leadership and administration from Fitchburg State College.

In addition to teaching at The Boston Conservatory, Allison is an assistant professor of music education at Berklee College of Music. She is also a choral and music education clinician, festival adjudicator and choral conductor for the Massachusetts Music Education Association (MMEA) board of directors. She was a chairperson for the 2005 MMEA conference.

Allison is a member of MENC: The National Association for Music Education, the American Choral Directors, the Gordon Institute for Music Learning, the Dalcroze Society, Boston Area Kodaly Educators and the Organization of American Kodaly Educators. Allison formerly taught as a classroom, instrumental and vocal music teacher for grades K-12 at various schools, including the Charles River School (Massachusetts), East Hartford (Connecticut), Dedham (Massachusetts) and the Boston Collegiate Charter School (Massachusetts). Allison is also the former director of performing arts for Canton public schools (Massachusetts). As a vocal soloist and choral conductor, she performs regularly in New England, Canada, Great Britain, India and Sri Lanka. Performances and recordings of early American music made for Old Sturbridge Village (Massachusetts) can be found under her maiden name, Elizabeth LaFramboise.

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