Wendy Eaton, MM

Wendy Eaton, MM

Wendy Eaton, MM

wendyeaton@creighton.edu Wendy Eaton

Biography

Wendy Eaton, mezzo-soprano, is known for her ďwarm and colorful voice which she uses very skillfully. Her rich musical background gives her a very clear understanding of a wide variety of musical styles in vocal music.Ē  Victor Yampolsky, music director Emeritus of the Omaha Symphony.

 
Ms. Eaton has been an active performer and teacher in the Omaha area for over 25 years. Her love of classical song has been a driving force in her performing and teaching careers. Eaton has been a featured guest artist with many local organizations including the Omaha Symphony Chamber Orchestra, Opera Omaha, Omaha Chamber Music Society, Orchestra Omaha, Omaha Symphonic Chorus, the River City Mixed Chorus, and the Nebraska Choral Arts Society. She has also performed in concert and recital throughout the state as a member of the Nebraska Arts Council Touring program and also throughout the country. Equally at home on stage, Eatonís opera and musical theatre credits include Dido in Purcellís Dido and Aeneas, Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors, Genevieve in The Long Christmas Dinner, Desiree in A Little Night Music, Lady Thiang in The King and I, and Gertrude McFuzz in Suessical, the Musical.


Ms. Eaton currently teaches in the Creighton University Department of Fine and Performing Arts. She also maintains a private studio teaching students of a wide variety of backgrounds and ages. Eaton also served on the music faculty at the University of Nebraska Omaha for 19 years, and she was on the roster of the Nebraska Arts Council touring program from 2001-2016. Eaton is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Music Teacherís National Association and the College Music Society.