Studies with Walter Anderson, Antioch College, 1955. Studies with Denise Restout, Saint-Leu-A-Forêt, France and Lakeville, Connecticut, 1960—1962. Studies with Denise Restout, Saint-Leu-A-Forêt, France and Lakeville, Connecticut, 1964—1970.
Studies with Paul A. Pisk, 1968—1971. Studies with Paul Ulanowsky, New York City, 1958—1968. Elemer Nagy, 1968; Vyautas Marijosius, 1968.
Bachelor of Music, Hartt College Music, 1968. Postgraduate (fellow), Yale University, 1968. Master of Music (fellow), Washington University, St. Louis, 1971.
Doctor of Philosophy (fellow), Washington University, St. Louis, 1973.
Debut in recital series International Jeunesse Musicals Arts Festival, 1953. Solo fellowship Boston Symphony Orchestra, Berkshire Music Center, Tanglewood, 1964, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, 1969, Washington Orchestra, 1949, Bach Cantata Series Berkshire Chamber Orchestra, 1964, Yale Symphony Orchestra, 1968. Appearances in the United States and European recitals, oratorios, operas, radio and television, 1953-1968.
Soloist Landowska Center, Lakeville, 1969, International Harpsichord Festival, Westminister Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey, 1973. Professor voice, head voice area School of Music, University Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, 1971-2000, retired 2000, professor emerita, since 2000. Assistant dean College Fine Arts, 1974-1976, acting dean, 1976-1977.
Guest professor Hochschüle für Musik, Munich, 1978-1979. Professor Italian International Studies Program, Rome, 1986. Mississippi coordinator Alliance for Arts Education, Kennedy Center Performing Arts, since 1974.
Member Mississippi Governor's Advisory Panel for Gifted and Talented Children, since 1974, 1st Mississippi Governor's Conference on the Arts, since 1974.
Member Mississippi Governor"s Advisory Panel for Gifted and Talented Children, since 1974. Member 1st Mississippi Governor"s Conference on the Arts, since 1974. Member Mississippi Music Teachers Association, National Association Teachers of Singing, Music Teachers National Association, American Musicology Society, Golden Key, Mu Phi Epsilon, Delta Kappa Gamma, Tau Beta Kappa (honorary), Pi Kappa Lambda.