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Christine Meadows
Christine Meadows

Classical Voice Area Coordinator & Director of Opera

Office: LH 345C | 503.725.5463

Christine Meadows has served as Director of Opera and Vocal Area Coordinator in the Portland State School of Music and Theater since 2006. She has a flourishing voice studio at PSU and also teaches vocal pedagogy. As a licensed Andover Educator, she teaches Body Mapping. In 2012, Ms. Meadows was honored to receive the Maseeh Award for the Outstanding Fine and Performing Arts Faculty Member. And it 2017, she was named as the Vollum Professor of Voice as the second recipient of a Portland Professorship. Her students include singers who have made successful performance careers in the US and Europe.

As a performer, Ms. Meadows has appeared in concerts and opera throughout the U.S.A. Highlights include two seasons at New York City Opera and performances with the companies of Greater Miami, Houston, Dallas, Syracuse, Tulsa, Indianapolis, Minnesota, Memphis, Louisville, Anchorage, Chattanooga, Virginia, Central City and the Florentine Opera. Since returning to her childhood home of Portland, Oregon in 1990, she appeared in more than 20 productions with Portland Opera as well as performances with Opera Theater Oregon and Eugene Opera.

As a concert soloist Ms. Meadows has sung with the Orchestra of Mallorca, the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, the Pacific Symphony, Colorado Symphony and many others. After returning to the northwest she was a frequent soloist with the Oregon Symphony and has performed with The Third Angle, the Eugene Symphony, the San Diego Symphony, the Victoria Symphony, the Portland and Seattle Baroque Orchestras and many other regional music organizations.

Ms. Meadows received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Portland State University and Masters of Music from Indiana University where she was a student of Margaret Harshaw.