Minuetto Music Festival
A native of Dallas, Texas, Beverly Coulter
holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Miami.
has appeared in concert in Italy, Canada, South America, England, Poland, Mexico, Greece, and the Czech Republic.
performed in Carnegie Hall as soprano soloist with MidAmerica Productions.
South Florida appearances have included performances with the New World Symphony
, Treasure Coast Opera Society
, Miami Lyric Opera
, Riuniti Opera
, Coral Gables Symphony
and Opera, Círculo Lírico de la Opera, and the Civic Chorale of Greater Miami.
In addition to maintaining an active schedule as a singer, professor, conductor, director, published author, and clinician in the area of vocal music and opera, Dr. Coulter
is a winner of numerous awards and competitions in the area of solo piano.
has recently conducted Don Pasquale, L'Elisir D'Amore , La Rondine, La Traviata, Lucia di Lammermoor, and The Barber of Seville.
directing credits encompass a history of numerous opera, operetta, and musical theatre productions.
She is the Artistic Director and founder of the Riuniti Opera, which was officially inaugurated in 2000 as an organization designed to help young singers bridge the gap between student and professional by being afforded performance opportunities in which they work alongside established professionals in the opera field.
launched the Riuniti Summer Educational Opera Series with the Alhambra Orchestra, and has presented The Magic Flute, Die Fledermaus,The Marriage of Figaro, and The Impresario during recent seasons.
As a staunch advocate of new music, Dr. Coulter has performed in premieres of many new works in the United States and abroad.