Joanne Mouradjian

Professor of Music in Performance, Soprano Soloist


Phone: 508-286-3593


M.M., Boston University
B.S., Rhode Island College


Main Interests

Vocal pedagogy, and solo performance in ten languages in varied genre including recital, oratorio, operetta and chamber music. Special interests in Baroque, Classical, Armenian song literature, and musical theatre repertoire.

Other Interests

Body awareness and physical fitness, especially how it relates to releasing a freely produced sound. Yoga, Alexander Technique, tennis, hiking, gardening, cooking.


Soprano leads in several Gilbert and Sullivan operettas with the Ocean State Light Opera and the Courthouse Light Opera

Recitals and soloist in oratorio throughout New England.

Soprano soloist with the Wheaton Consort, featuring music of the Renaissance and Baroque (with Ed Merck, recorders; Janet Haas, viole da gamba, and Carlton Russell, harpsichord: performances on and off campus for several years)

Soloist at Temple Beth-El in Providence (Hebrew, English, and Yiddish sacred literature)

Soloist at First Church of Christ, Scientist, Providence

Teaching Interests

Applied voice
Voice workshop
Voice class

Research Interests

Armenian operatic and song repertoire




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