Music Department
Holloway Hall

Leigh Usilton

LEIGH USILTON, MA


Leigh Usilton is currently an Adjunct Instructor of Voice at Salisbury University, where she teaches Applied and Class Voice, History of American Music Theatre, Music Theatre Performance and Music Appreciation. She also serves as choreographer for Music Theatre Workshop productions and directed the Music Department’s Madrigal Feast in 2009. She holds an MA degree from New York University in Music Theatre Vocal Performance and a BA degree from Salisbury University in Vocal Performance. She has studied voice with Dr. Brian Gill, Michael Ricciardone, Dr. Michael Weber, and April MacDonald.

Leigh performs frequently, most recently as Olive Ostrovsky in The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Emma Carew in Jekyll and Hyde, Hope in Urinetown and Mabel in The Pirates of Penzance. She has directed plays and musicals for students K-12 and performs frequently in local productions in Maryland and Delaware.