Teresa Hopkin

Artist Affiliate: Vocal Instructor

Biography

Teresa Hopkin is known on the opera, recital, and concert stage. Her critically acclaimed Atlanta Opera performances have included La Boheme’s Mimi, the title role in The Merry Widow, the Countess in Le Nozze di Figaro, and Liu in Turandot.

On the concert stage, Ms. Hopkin has appeared with the Atlanta Symphony with conductors Robert Shaw and William Fred Scott, as well as with Orchestra Atlanta and the Columbus and La Grange Symphonies.  In addition, she has appeared with the Atlanta Opera Chorus in concert, Choral Guild of Atlanta, the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus, the Lanier Trio, the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta, members of the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society, and the Columbus Civic Chorale. Ms. Hopkin has premiered works by American composers James Adler, Carl Boelter, Robert Boury, Steven Everett, Richard Hundley, and John Anthony Lennon.

Retired Director of Vocal Studies at Emory University, Ms. Hopkin has served as Artistic Administrator of the Georgia State University Summer Opera Workshop and Vocal Coordinator of the Southeastern Music Center. A South Carolina and Florida Metropolitan Opera Auditions judge, she is a frequent adjudicator and master class teacher in Georgia. Her students currently sing throughout the United States and Europe. She has held various State offices for the Georgia Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and is a member of the national music honor societies Pi Kappa Lambda, Kappa Delta Pi and The Voice Foundation.

Ms. Hopkin can be heard on compact disc on the ACA Recording, Troy Recording, and Kings Bishop labels.