Marsha Vleck, soprano, has been teaching in the Holden Voice Program since 1964. In addition to her teaching at Harvard, she was Instructor of Voice at University of Massachusetts at Lowell for ten years and has been Instructor of Voice at College of Holy Cross since 1981. Her students can be found singing and teaching both here and abroad. She holds a B.Mus from Oberlin College, an M.M. and the coveted Artist Diploma from New England Conservatory and completed Doctoral studies at Boston University. She studied and performed at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria. In addition to appearing with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Boston and New York City, and many civic orchestras as an oratorio soloist, she has performed song recitals throughout the eastern U.S., Canada, Austria and Italy. In the Boston area, she was soloist with the Cantata Singers, the Harvard Choral Groups, Boris Goldovsky Opera, and the Boston Opera under Sara Caldwell, as well as many choral groups. As a member of the Boston Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), she served as Vice-President for six years. For four years she was a board member of Youth Pro Musica. Many of her students have been soloists for the choral groups as well as other musical groups on campus. Those include the Harvard Orchestra, House opera performances and Gilbert and Sullivan. Former students have been accepted to graduate music programs at New England Conservatory, Oberlin Conservatory, Indiana University, Penn State, NYU, and Syracuse University to name a few. Other students are singing professionally in the United States and Europe.