Altos

Ann: A St. Louis native, Ann is thrilled and honored to be part of the Greenleaf Singers. She loves music and has been singing her way through life since preschool. At Lafayette Senior High, she performed in musicals and sang with madrigal, concert and show choirs. Later, Ann sang with the Truman State University Chamber Choir, where she minored in vocal music and received a degree in Communication Arts. She went on to earn a Masters in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Illinois. Following a hiatus in grad school, Ann slowly got back into music: singing with her church choir and co-directing the children’s choir, training with seasoned oratorio and opera singer Cecelia Stearman, joining the Sheldon Chorale, singing for weddings and special events, and performing in local musical theater and opera productions. Ann works as a video producer for the Department of Veterans Affairs and enjoys the outdoors, acting, food, trivia, volunteering, triathlons, and spending time with her friends and family.

Heather: Heather was first introduced to Renaissance music in Hickman high school's Chamber Choir directed by Martin Hook in Columbia, Missouri. She also studied voice at the University of Missouri, Columbia with Dr. Harry Morrison. Heather sang with the Missouri Ambassadors of Music in a European tour after high school graduation, and then went on to receive a vocal music scholarship at Columbia College. The Jane Froman Singers, Columbia College's choir, directed by Dr. Michael Straw, performed a beautiful variety of music and toured Missouri churches and schools.

Molly: Although Molly has been singing all her life, her true introduction to Madrigals was from her high school choir director, Steven Lin. She has many fond memories of singing with the Atherton Chamber Singers from Louisville, KY, including their concert tours to Moscow, Russia and Auckland, New Zealand. In college, Molly sang with the Jazz Choir at the University of Evansville, IN, but she is happy to have found her way back to Renaissance music. She has been with the Greenleaf Singers since 2003. When Molly is not singing she spends her time making stained glass jewelry, teaching at a Montessori pre-school, maintaining school and home gardens, and making more music with her husband, Brian and two sons.

Pam: Pam gets a real kick out of being the "little old lady" in Greenleaf, both in years with the group as well as just plain years. Some of her memorable musical moments include: earning a I+ at District Music Festival with "Adele's Laughing Song" and portraying several musical roles - Bloody Mary, Baroness Schroeder/Mother Abbess (both in the same production), and Amahl. Pam first sang madrigals and played the recorder in college. In 2001 she was doing just that as a lane player for the St. Louis Renaissance Faire, when she auditioned for the Greenleaf Singers... and became an alto! Harmony is fun! With her nest now empty, Pam has retired from homeschooling and enjoys her new role as a doting grandmother.

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