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Mary George

Mary George is an Instructor of Music in the Belmont University School of Music. She teaches applied classical voice. She has been a vocal coach since 1978.

Mrs. George received both her Master of Music degree and Bachelor of Music degree (Studio teaching, performance and pedagogy) from George Peabody College for Teachers of Vanderbilt University. Mrs. George has completed post graduate work at University of Minnesota, Scarritt College, Northern Illinois University, Louisiana State University, and Peabody Conservatory of Music. She has participated in vocal master classes with Martin Katz, Eleanor Steber, Bidu Sayao, Thomas Grubb, Theodore Uppman, and Ned Rorem.

Mrs. George has sung in the Nashville music industry and the surrounding areas for 30 years. She has worked extensively in the recording industry as well as performing multiple times with the Nashville Symphony, twice under the direction of Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn.

Mrs. George has received several awards and honors including Outstanding Women of America (1992), Who's Who in Education (1992), Who's Who in Entertainment (1992), two-time finalist in the Metropolitan Opera Auditions, three-time winner in the NATS Regionals. She belongs to the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), and the American Association of University Professors.