Elizabeth Major, soprano, teaches Studio Voice, Opera Workshop, Vocal Pedagogy and Diction for Singers at Adrian College. A native of Chicago, Ms. Major received her Master's degree in Voice from Northwestern University. As a concert soloist, Ms. Major has appeared with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Sir Georg Stolti, at the Ravinia Festival under James Levine and with the Illinois, Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor and Hartford, CT Symphonies. On the operatic stage, she has sung principal roles with Lake George Opera, Minnesota Opera and Connecticut Opera, and was an Equity Actor in New York performing off-Broadway and internationally in musical theatre. Ms. Major has taught on the faculties of the University of Michigan, Albion College and the Israel Vocal Arts Institute in Tel Aviv. Former students of Ms. Major have appeared in broadway productions and national tours of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Mamma Mia, Lion King, Footloose, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Hairspray, Annie Get Your Gun, Sound of Music, Cats, Cirque du Soleil and Disney Tokyo, among others. Ms. Major performs as a concert soloist and cabaret singer in the Midwest and is a state-ranked triathlete.