Adjunct Instructor of Music
M.M. in Vocal Performance, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
B.M. in Vocal Pedagogy, Baylor University
Phone: (940) 898-2413
Suzanne Higgins Bowles is an adjunct instructor in voice, teaching both applied and class voice. In addition to teaching, Mrs. Bowles, a soprano, has had a singing and solo performance career involving recital, oratorio, operatic and musical stage roles for university, community and local church events.
Students who have studied with Suzanne Bowles are performing in professional and semi-professional organizations throughout the U.S. including musical theater, opera, and community choruses. Several have completed or are currently working toward graduate and post-graduate degrees.
Mrs. Bowles is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), and she has sung and participated in numerous other musical conferences and conventions. Many of her students have competed at NATS competitions, several of them receiving first place honors. Mrs. Bowles has frequently served as a clinician and adjudicator for school and vocal competitions and workshops. In addition to her teaching duties at TWU, she is adjunct professor of voice at Dallas Baptist University and also maintains a private studio in the Dallas area. Prior to coming to TWU in 2005, Mrs. Bowles was a full-time instructor of voice at the University of Texas at El Paso for 11 years where she taught vocal pedagogy, diction, applied voice, and class voice at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Course numbers and titles:
MU 2091, 2092, 4091, 4092 Voice
MU 3502 Voice Class
MU 3463 French and German Diction
MU 3453 English and Italian Diction
MU 5091, 5092 Voice
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