- Adjunct faculty, Master of Music program
Colette Todd is a dynamic performer, music educator, choral conductor, and voice instructor. Frequently seen on stages across Chicago, she has garnered acclaim for her artistry on stage and in the classroom.
In addition to her work at Carthage College, Ms. Todd serves as an instructor of voice at Loyola University and a lecturer in the School of Music, Art, and Theatre at North Park University in Chicago. She is also the founder of Star Music Studio, where she has been teaching voice lessons privately for over twenty years specializing in musical theater and crossover to classical style.
Early in her career, she established herself as a music teacher and choral director in public schools, teaching for over a decade at both the elementary and high school levels. Ms. Todd is a member of the Chicago Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
- Master of Music Education — VanderCook College of Music
- Bachelor of Music Education with High Honors — University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- MUS 500T Music Education Philosophies and Methods