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Allison Voth

Opera & Vocal Studies Faculty; Diction Coach

Allison Voth earned her B.M. from the University of British Columbia and her M.M. from the Manhattan School of Music. She was accompanist for Metropolitan Opera soprano Lucine Amara and coach for numerous companies, including Boston Lyric Opera (BLO), Opera Boston, Opera Providence, Chautauqua Opera, Verismo Opera of New Jersey and Opera North.

Voth has appeared in opera and symphonic orchestras under conductors Leonard Slatkin, Gunter Schuller and John Nelson, as well as Jorge Mester in the National Orchestral Association New Music Project, for which she won the Orchestra's Klaus Adams Award and the Helen Stanton Special Projects Award. She has also appeared with the New Music Consort and the Group for Contemporary music, ALEA IIII, Collage New Music, The New Music Consort and the National Orchestral Association New Music Project. Festivals and summer programs she activately participates in include Opera Unlimited, The Florence Vocal Seminar and The Athens Music Festival.

Voth can be heard on CRI recordings. In addition to her instruction at The Boston Conservatory, Voth is an assistant professor of music and principal coach for Boston University's Opera Institute.

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