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Judith Shelton

Soprano & Educator

It is said music is the language of the soul, a concept Judith Shelton has taken to heart throughout her career as a professional in both music performance and education. Explore her portfolio to see the work that showcases her experience and tracks her creative development in reaching audiences and students' souls through music.

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Ms. Shelton has performed since 2001 as a soloist and accompanist. These performances include international solo recitals, appearances on national television with Rejoice in the Lord Telecast, leads in opera and musical theater, and solos for city ceremonies and other concert tours. She conducted chamber string ensemble and orchestral concerts and organized many children’s choirs and productions. She has held first chair with the Houston Symphony Chorus and with Portara, the premier chamber ensemble in Nashville for modern, classical choral works. 

Ms. Shelton is  the Vocal Chair and Music Director of the Musical Theater Department at East Texas Baptist University where she engages in encouraging the continuing musical education of her pupils, developing the talent of her students, and bringing classical music to a broader audience. She previously held the position of Director of Choral Activities and Vocal Studies at Columbia State Community College.


Notable conductors Ms. Shelton has worked with include Alfred Heller, famed vocal coach and pianist and last living pupil of composer Heitor Villa-Lobos; Dwight Gustafson, cornerstone of opera in South Carolina and American composer; and David Chin, international Bach specialist and director of BachFest Malaysia.

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