Judith Scott, mezzo soprano, is an Assistant Professor of Voice at CSUN. During her twenty-five years at the University, she has maintained a vital voice studio as well as staging in the Opera Workshop, teaching acting classes for singers, vocal repertoire, and English diction. Students from her studio have won numerous opera competitions, gone on to sing with Seattle Opera and with the Los Angeles Opera Chorus. Others have been accepted into training venues such as Santa Fe Opera Apprentice Program, San Francisco Opera’s Merola Program, Santa Barbara’s Music Academy of the West and Des Moines metro Opera. She also served as a Production Coordinator for the CSU Summer Arts Program for ten years and as a stage director within their Opera Scenes Program.
In addition to her teaching assignments, Ms. Scott has appeared as a soloist in operas, concerts and recitals. She has performed in extensive tours of the western states with Columbia Artists’ Community Concerts Series, sang the role of “Thisbe” with Anchorage Opera, and has sung more that 700 “Introduction to Opera” programs sponsored by the Los Angeles Music Center on Tour, Performing Tree and Title I.
Ms. Scott has performed principal operatic roles with Euterpe Opera, Laguna Beach Opera and Southern California Pro-Opera Group. She appeared in highlights from the Beggar’s Opera sponsored by Music Center Association and was soloist with the Pacific Chorale in Verdi’s Requiem. Judith Scott is a former student of David Scott and Curt Allen and has coached with Warren Jones, Henry Holtz and Ernest St. John Metz.