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New England NATS Governor
New England NATS Governor
Julie Krugman is a Mezzo-Soprano located in the Boston Metro-West area. She has performed professionally throughout the United States during her 25-year career.
Julie graduated with a degree in Vocal Performance from the Indiana University School of Music and went on to receive her Master of Vocal Performance from the Northwestern University School of Music in Evanston, Illinois. Upon completion of her degrees, Ms. Krugman performed around the Chicago area, most notably with the Chicago Symphony Chorus and the Chicago Lyric Opera Chorus.
Ms. Krugman served on the Board for the Boston Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) since 2014 where she served as both Auditions Chair & Vice-President. As Chair, she has led all aspects of Student Auditions; from registration, venue management, scheduling and web site creation to acquiring top talent to judge the finalist concerts.
Ms. Krugman has been featured soloist in many Oratorio performances, most notably as the Alto soloist in Handel’s Messiah and the Mezzo-Soprano soloist in both Rutter’s Feel The Spirit and Ray’s Gospel Mass. Since her move to the Boston area, Ms. Krugman has been a featured soloist and ensemble member with the Worcester Chorus and the Back Bay Chorale. She has been a featured soloist in the Worcester Schubertiad series and with the Worcester State University Chorale.
Ms. Krugman joined the Voice Faculty in the Department of Music at Anna Maria College In the fall of 2019 after 8 years as a member of the Visual and Performing Arts faculty at Worcester State University. She is also an Adjunct Faculty member teaching Opera Appreciation and the freshman seminar course, “Theater Rocks”, which teaches about the rock musical genre. She has also taught her rock musical class at Dean College in Franklin, MA.
Since opening the Julie Krugman Voice Studio in 2009, she has developed a business that has included over 30 middle and high school students. As a voice instructor, she has coached many of her students in successful auditions for Central District Choir, All-State and All-National Choir, NATS Regional & National Competitions, Classical Singer/Auditions Plus National Competitions, and roles in school and community musical productions. Her students have won National recognition through competitions in Musical Theatre and she has aided many others into top classical music and musical theatre performance Colleges and Universities. Julie has also been trained in teaching Contemporary Commercial Music (CCM) and she has aided many students with proper mic technique, pop & jazz vocal styling and working in a recording studio.
Julie lives with her husband Josh and her sons Jack and Ben in Westborough, MA.