Jeff Mosher, Voice


Jeff Mosher, baritone, is an American singer, teacher and conductor who hails from the great state of Maine. He currently holds a BM in Voice Performance from the University of Southern Maine where he sang regularly with numerous university ensembles. With the chorale, he appeared as a guest soloist in Mozart’s Requiem. With the opera workshop, he sang such roles as Lord Mountararat in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe and Liberto in Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea. With the chamber singers, he was a collaborator in hundreds of concerts, the most recent being a concert tour of Croatia.

In addition to his university work, Mr. Mosher has also maintained a rigorous schedule of solo recitals and private teaching. Most recently, he completed a one year appointment on the voice and conducting faculty of the Murray Conservatorium in New South Wales, Australia. 

Mr. Mosher has been fortunate to have studied with many influential teachers. Among them are Ellen Chickering, Richard Conrad, Scott Wheatley, and the late Brent Maroon. He is forever indebted to them for their years of tutelage and dedication to the artistry of the human voice.