Mary-Tyler Upshaw studied music at Shenandoah Conservatory and Salisbury University. Her students are currently working as professional stage directors, award winning film directors, and can be seen on the stages of several colleges and universities.
She has performed over twenty roles with professional theatre and opera companies, including The Washington National Opera, New Orleans Opera Association, and Riverside Theatre. Favorite roles include, Little Red Riding Hood Into the Woods, Angelina Cenerentola, Susanna Walcott The Crucible, and Mother Abbess The Sound of Music. Her one woman show that she wrote, produced and stars in can be seen at the Charm City Fringe Festival this November.
Her most prestigious award is the Grammy won for best choral performance for Britten’s “War Requiem”. Her research includes post partum somatic work regarding diastasis recti.
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