Rebecca C. Lister
Associate Professor of Music
B.M., James Madison University
M.M., Florida State University
D.M., Florida State University
Associate Professor of Music, Rebbeca Crow Lister, teaches voice lessons, vocal literature, vocal pedagogy, and diction. She maintains an active performing schedule having appeared several times as guest artist on various music series, including the St. Paul Early Music Series (St. Paul, MN), the Lebanon Community Arts Series (Lebanon, PA), and the Goodman Series (Harrisburg, PA). Though early music is her main point of interest, Lister performs repertoire from all style periods and is a strong supporter and performer of chamber music, contemporary music, music by female composers, and music by Hispanic composers. She is a frequent masterclass clinician at various schools and colleges, most recently at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC. She currently serves as the President for the Allegheny Chapter of the National Association for Teachings of Singing (NATS).
Lister, R. (2012). The great divide. In A. Scott (Ed.), "Hands-on" musicology essays in honor of Jeffery Kite-Powell. (pp. 18-31). Ann Arbor, MI: Steglein Publishing, Inc.
Lister, R. C. (2011). A Hildegard "how-to": Steps for the thoughtful preparation of a chant. Journal of Singing, 67(3), 277-289.