Faculty

Janice McVeigh

Adjunct Assistant Professor

  • Division:
    Classical Performance and Composition
  • Program:
    Vocal Arts
  • Expertise:
    Vocal Arts

Biography

Janice McVeigh, senior lecturer, vocal arts, holds degrees from Hamline University and the Claremont Graduate School. She has studied at the Music Academy of the West, UCLA and the USC Thornton School. Her former teachers include Marie Gibson, Nadine Connor, Herta Glaz and Gwendolyn Koldofsky. Ms. McVeigh has performed leading roles with opera companies throughout the United States and premiered the role of Abigail in The Crucible by Robert Ward with the San Francisco Opera. She is an active recitalist and oratorio soloist and has appeared with the Pasadena Chamber Orchestra, the William Hall Chorale and the Monday Evening Concerts Contemporary Music Series. She has received awards from the Metropolitan Opera and the Gladys Turk Foundation and has been the winner of numerous vocal competitions.