Eve Kornhauser has been teaching voice since 1979 in settings ranging from community music schools to universities. Her students have performed in opera, musical theater, churches and temples.

After receiving a BFA in Acting from Boston University School for the Arts and performing in area theaters, she went on to graduate work in voice and music education and began singing and teaching in the Boston area.

In 1992, Ms Kornhauser received her MFA in vocal performance from the University of Maryland. She teaches voice and piano in her private studio and is currently on the faculty of Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. and Berwick Academy in Maine. She is also the musical director at First Unitarian Universalist Society of Exeter and of Journey Song, a choral group that brings music to end-of-life patients.

In the DC Metro area, Ms. Kornhauser taught voice at various schools including The National Cathedral School, the Levine School of Music, The Catholic University of America, Trinity College and the Holton-Arms School.

In addition to teaching voice, Ms. Kornhauser has taught private piano lessons to children and adults, and general music in the Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland.

Ms. Kornhauser is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and the American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA). Ms. Kornhauser holds a Level I CCM certificate from The Institute for Contemporary Commercial Music Vocal Pedagogy, Somatic Voicework.

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