Sara Seglem-Hocking, Adjunct Instructor, Voice
Adjunct Instructor, Voice
University of Delaware
301 Amy E. du Pont Music Building
Newark, DE 19716
Sara Seglem-Hocking holds Bachelor of Music and Master of Music
degrees from Oklahoma City University. She continued her graduate work
at the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia where she completed a
four-year program of intensive operatic and vocal training. Ms.
Seglem-Hocking is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Music
at the University of Delaware and has taught voice at Haverford and Bryn
Mawr colleges in Pennsylvania.
Ms. Seglem-Hocking has won
acclaim on operatic stages and concert platforms across the United
States. She made her professional debut as Zerlina in Don Giovanni opposite Sherrill Milnes with Palm Beach Opera, a company to which she returned as both Pamina in The Magic Flute and Violetta in La Traviata.
She appeared with the Santa Fe Opera for three summers as part of its
apprentice program. Ms. Seglem-Hocking has also performed principal
roles with the Santa Fe Opera, as well as the Opera Company of
Philadelphia, the Dallas Opera, Indianapolis Opera, Lyric Opera of
Kansas City and Arizona Opera. She has sung leading roles with
OperaDelaware, Buffalo Opera, the Oklahoma Opera Theater and the
Pennsylvania Opera Theater.
As an orchestral soloist, Ms.
Seglem-Hocking has sung Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with the Delaware
Symphony Orchestra, Dalila in Handel's Samsonwith the
Baltimore Choral Arts Society and Mozart's Mass in C Minor at Carnegie
Hall, as well as principal roles in concerts with symphonies in
California and Ohio.
Ms. Seglem-Hocking maintains a voice
studio in her home, and she is active in music ministries at Faith
Baptist Church of Wilmington as both vocal and flute soloist and as
leader of the children's chorus and women's small ensemble.
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