Teresa Nevola Moyer, MA
Professor of Music and Associate Director of Theatre
Specialty: Voice, Musical Theatre, Opera Scenes
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Phone: 610-341-4395
Teresa Nevola Moyer is a Professor of Music and the Associate Director of Theatre, specializing in Vocal Studies at Eastern University. She holds a Master of Music degree in Opera Performance and an Artist’s Diploma in Voice from the Curtis Institute of Music, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education from Rutgers University. Ms. Moyer has performed the roles of Cousin in Puccini’s Madama Butterfly, and a Witch in Verdi’s Macbeth Opera Company of Philadelphia, where is a twenty two year veteran of the opera chorus as well as The Philadelphia Singers Chorale, the symphonic chorus of the Philadelphia Orchestra. She participated for several years in Il Festivale dei due Mondi in Spoleto, Italy, under the Artistic Direction of Gian Carlo Menotti. While in Spoleto, she also performed the role of Maid in Stravinsky's The Nose. Currently, she is Director of Operatic Studies at the Crescendo Summer Institute of the Arts in Sarospatak, Hungary, where she has staged Le Nozze di Figaro, Le Pescatrice, L’elisir D’amore and Don Giovanni. Professor Moyer initiated and leads the Opera Workshop and Musical Theater program at Eastern University where she has directed numerous productions. In addition to her work at Eastern, Ms Moyer maintains a private voice studio in her home in West Conshohocken. She is a member of the Vineyard Community Church in Chester Springs, PA, where she and her husband Stephen serve on the worship and church leadership teams.