Faculty

Tim LeFebvre

Tim LeFebvre

Associate Professor of Singing

Tim LeFebvre, Associate Professor of Singing

From the subtle physical details of healthy singing to the emotive imagery that gives music meaning, Associate Professor of Singing Tim LeFebvre believes in guiding his students from many perspectives. "I think that one of the most important things when you're teaching voice is to find out how a student learns and then to move forward as a team."

Contact Information

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Office:
Bibbins Hall 309
(440) 775-8213

Tim LeFebvre

Educational Background

  • Bachelor of Music, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Master of Music, Binghamton University


 

Professional Affiliation

  • Faculty member at Binghamton University
  • Colgate University
  • Cornell University
  • Syracuse University
  • Hamilton College, and
  • the Berkshire Choral Festival

Performances
Central City Opera, Opera Delaware, Indianapolis Opera, Opera Theater of Pittsburgh, Sarasota Opera, Syracuse Opera, and Tri-Cities Opera.

Symphonies
Syracuse Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Binghamton Philharmonic, the New Dominion Chorale in Washington, DC, the American Symphony Orchestra and the Minnesota, Pittsburgh, and Williamsport symphonies.

Performances and Venues
Performed in concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall and Alice Tully Hall; at the Marlboro Music Festival; the Berkshire Choral Festival; and the Rochester Bach Festival


Awards

  • Winner of the New York Liederkranz Vocal Competition
  • Regional finalist in several Metropolitan Opera competitions
  • Winner of the Richard F. Gold Career Grant and an Opera Fellowship at Binghamton University