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Private Voice & Piano Lessons

Judith Cavendish Voice & Piano

Judith Cavendish
Voice & Piano

Judy Cavendish, Voice and Piano
Private Lessons

$25 per 30-minute lesson
$35 per 45-minute lesson

$45 per 1-hour lesson
Tuesdays and Thursdays

Lessons are currently being scheduled.
Please contact Ms. Cavendish by phoning 443-204-5312, or email at

Judith Cavendish, a Huntington native, received her Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in voice from Marshall University, and completed her doctoral studies at WVU’s Creative Arts Center in 2000. Her principal teachers were Margaret Hoswell of the Manhattan School of Music and Peter Lightfoot at WVU. She also studied choral conducting with Kathleen Shannon, WVU’s Director of Choral Activities, and piano with Kristina Suter of Columbia, MD.

Her early performing experience was with the WV Opera Theater in Charleston, where she appeared in roles as diverse as Rosina in IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA and Cio-cio-san in MADAMA BUTTERFLY. She was a regional finalist in the Metropolitan Opera Auditions, a Willliam Matheus Sullivan Foundation Award winner, and made her national operatic debut with Atlanta Lyric Opera as Senta in DER FLIEGENDE HOLLANDER. Also an accomplished concert singer and recitalist, she has toured with Pittsburgh’s American Wind Symphony, appeared in England at the Aldeburgh Festival as a Lieder recitalist, as MESSIAH soloist with the Washington Bach Consort, as Filia in Carissimi’s JEPTHE at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival and soprano soloist in John Rutter’s GLORIA with the Handel Choir of Baltimore. Cavendish was the featured soloist at The Ohio Valley Symphony’s inaugural performance at the Ariel Theatre.

Her teaching experience has included voice at Marshall, voice, music theory and opera workshop at the University of Charleston, and voice and opera workshop at WVU as Robert Thieme’s graduate assistant. For the past 10 years she has been a member of the voice faculty of Howard County Community College in Columbia, MD, where she conducted the HCC Singers, the Children’s Choir, and was a member of the voice faculty of the Little Patuxent Opera Institute.

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