Dr. Andrea Mueller
Andrea Mueller, Soprano and Roswell native, holds the Bachelor of Music in vocal
performance from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. She earned the Master
of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in vocal performance with a minor in
vocal pedagogy from Louisiana State University. Dr. Mueller taught voice, vocal
methods, and diction at Louisiana State University and has served on the music
faculty of the Johnson Ferry Conservatory for the Arts since 2005. Currently, Dr.
Mueller is in her third year as Adjunct Professor of Voice at Georgia College and
State University where she maintains a private studio and teaches vocal methods.
Additionally, Dr. Mueller has taught in both the public and private school systems,
teaching music theory, general music and high school chorus. She spends her summers
serving on the faculty of the Summer Institute for thse Gifted at Emory University
where she is the Academic Dean's Assistant and has taught a course in Musical Theatre
and directed the musical production.
Dr. Mueller has studied with Valerie Kennedy, Paul Richardson, Sharon Lawhon,
Robert Grayson, Jane Redding, Lori Bade and Jana Young. She has worked with directors
such as G. William Bugg, Patricia O'Neill, Peter Webster, Ned Canty, Sandra Bernhard,
Dugg McDonough, and Michael Nutter in roles including: Pamina and Queen of the
Night in The Magic Flute, Little Red in Little Red Riding Hood, Suor Genovieffa
in Suor Angelica, Berta in Il barbiere di Siviglia, Marcellina in Le Nozze di Figaro,
Fire in L'Enfant et les sortileges, Mrs. Gleaton in Susannah, Cathleen in Riders
to the Sea, Musetta in La Boheme, and Mrs. Gobineau in The Medium. Her concert
work includes Brahms' Ein deutches Requiem, Bach's Cantata 140 and Cantata 202
and Faurè's Requiem with various organizations and ensembles.