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Dr. Anderson began her career in voice subject lectures with an invitation to present and perform for the 20thAnniversary of the African-American Art Song Alliance Conference. Her presentation was on the “Performance Analysis of Dororthy Rudd Moore’s Sonnets on Love, Rosebuds, and Death,” and with the distinct pleasure of meeting the composer as well as have her sit in on the lecture. She also conducted master classes in Denia, Spain on many genres of music: Opera/Classical, Gospel, Jazz, Blues, etc.
The roles that Dr. Anderson has performed include Marcellina in Le Nozze di Figaro, Suor Angelica in Suor Angelica, Lakme’ in Lakme’ (Flower Duet Scene), Madama Butterfly in Madama Butterfly (Flower Duet Scene), Fiordiligi in Cozi Fan Tutte (Duet Scene). On the concert stage she has been a soloist for Handel Messiah, John Rutter Requiem, Dubois Seven Last Words, and Mendelssohn Elijah.
Dr. Cordelia Anderson has studied in the voice studios of Dr. Pamela Burns, Dr. Jeanine Wagner, Dr. Diane Coloton, Dr. Roderick George, Dr. Alfonse Anderson, and presently with dramatic soprano, Elizabeth Blanke-Biggs of New York. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity for Women, The Vann Vocal Institute through the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra, The National Association of Teachers of Singing, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., and now serves as director of the Youth and Young Adult Choir “Double Portion” at More Than Conquerors Faith Church under the leadership of Apostle Steve Green.