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Dr. Orit Amy Eylon

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Orit Amy Eylon, Mezzo Soprano, is the Coordinator of the Voice Area and an Associate Professor of Music (Voice). She received a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree from the University of Texas at Austin and her MM and BM degrees from Indiana University. Dr. Eylon comes to UIW from the University of Texas at El Paso where she served as Assistant Professor of Voice. While residing in El Paso, Dr. Eylon was a frequent performer with the El Paso Opera. The roles she performed with EPO included Antonia's Mother in Tales of Hoffmann, Flora in La Traviata, Il Zelatrice in Suor Angelica , Inez in Il Trovatore as well as Third Lady in Magic Flute. Her Flora was considered by the El Paso Times, “A First-rate contribution to the success of La Traviata." Other operatic roles performed include First, Second and Third Lady in The Magic Flute, Antigonae in Carl Orff’s Antigonae, Zita in Gianni Schicchi, Larina in Eugene Onegin, and Arnalta in Coronation of Poppea to name a few.  

Since arriving to San Antonio several years ago, she performed the role of Kate Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly with Opera San Antonio in their 2015-16 season and also performed the role of the First Witch in Dido and Aneas with Opera Piccola San Antonio. With the Austrian American Mozart Academy in Salzburg, Austria, she performed the leading roles of Countess in Marriage of Figaro and Vitellia in Clemenza di Tito and served as faculty for the 2006 program. In addition to Austria, Dr. Eylon has performed extensively as a recitalist in Italy, Austria,  Germany, Mexico and Asia and presents lecture recitals at various conferences and universities throughout the world. She also performed as a guest soloist at several churches synagogues and temples including Temple Beth El (San Antonio), St. Mark's Methodist church, B'nai Zion Synagogue and Temple Mount Sinai (El Paso). With the Bruce Nehring Consort , she performed as a soloist for several oratorio works including Handel’s Messiah and Mozart’s Requiem. Dr. Eylon is also a demo CD recording artist for publishing companies. She is past Governor of the Rio Grande District of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and is a sought-after judge for UIL (University Interscholastic League), TMEA (Texas Music Educators Association), ISAS, as well as solo and ensemble contests in New Mexico and Texas and international and regional voice competitions.

 

 

For more information about the voice area in the music department, contact Dr. Orit Amy Eylon at:

Orit Amy Eylon 

Department of Music

University of the Incarnate Word
 CPO #367
4301 Broadway

San Antonio, Texas 78209

210-829-3858
eylon@uiwtx.edu

Course offerings in the voice area at UIW include:

  • Singing for Beginners
  • Vocal Diction
  • Vocal Pedagogy
  • Singers Workshop
  • Applied voice lessons
  • Vocal Seminar 
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