Bonnie Pomfret: Soprano, Master Teacher, and Clinician

Bonnie Pomfret standing outside wearing teal shirt over black shirt and smilingBonnie Pomfret has performed music from the 12th to the 21st centuries in seven languages in the United States, Europe, and Asia. A frequent recitalist, Bonnie also performs in oratorio, opera, and chamber music; she loves to take on new challenges and new repertoire. Her 2005 solo compact disc, De toda la eternidad; Songs by American Women, including a song cycle composed for her by Libby Larsen, was released to critical acclaim.

Pomfret has served on the faculties of Illinois State University and Emory University (GA), as voice professor and opera director, and at Boston University as associate professor of voice and vocal pedagogy. She is in demand as a clinician, workshop presenter, and adjudicator.  Her students have gone on to perform with Arizona Opera, Atlanta Symphony Chorus, Atlanta Opera Chorus, Capitol City Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Opera Carolina, Opera Illinois, Opera Theater of St. Louis, Providence Singers, San Diego Opera, and the national touring companies of Wicked and Beauty and the Beast.

Pomfret  currently teaches in her private voice studios in Wayland, MA and online.