Soprano Martha Elliott has enjoyed a varied career of performing, teaching and writing. Known for her clear voice, impeccable musicianship and dynamic stage presence, she has sung repertoire from the Baroque to the contemporary avant-garde. Her research interests range from historical performance practice to menopause to mindfulness.
Thanks so much for visiting my new web site. I’m ever so grateful to my friend James for helping me redesign and migrate all the data. The Poster Paper from NATS Chicago with some of the results of the Singing Through Menopause Survey is now available on the writing page. The full article was published in the January 2017 issue of the Journal of Singing and is also now available on the writing page. I’m currently working on the Early Music volume for the So You Want To Sing series produced by NATS – more info on that as the project develops.
Singing in Style
A Guide to Vocal Performance Practices
“An indispensable guide for singers, pianists and teachers. Written from a singer’s viewpoint, Singing in Style raises a host of important issues, addressing them with clarity and insight.” —Brian Zeger, Artistic Director of Vocal Arts, Juilliard School