Profile: Susan McAdoo

Faculty
Department of Arts, Culture and Media

Susan McAdoo, mezzo-soprano, received the Bachelor of Music degree in Church Music and Organ from Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ, the Master of Music degree in Music History and Theory and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Performance from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.  She is the assistant conductor of the Rutgers University Chorus, Newark, NJ, and is on the voice faculty there.  She has traveled on concert tours with the Rutgers Chorus to Germany, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, France, England, and Scotland Wales, and Italy. As a singer, she has appeared in the United States and Europe on opera and concert stages, and has appeared in recital at Princeton University, Rutgers University, Westminster Choir College, Marist College, and on concert series in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Washington, DC., and Virginia.  Dr. McAdoo owns and edits for Cantate Music Press, a publishing company specializing in choral music.   She has served St. David¡¯s Episcopal Church in Kinnelon, NJ as music director since 2004.