Margaret Frazier


Margaret Frazier, soprano, is well known for the expressiveness and clarity of her voice. The Boston Globe wrote: “Ms. Frazier’s radiant singing mustered up the virtues of Elly Ameling.” The Providence Journal called Margaret Frazier’s “the kind of pure, unforced voice you can listen to all afternoon.”

She has collaborated and toured with The Boston Camerata since 1990 and has recorded 5 CDs with the ensemble. A frequent guest soloist with chamber choruses and ensembles in southern New England, she also presents solo recitals.

The most recent, in February, 2007, featured repertoire for soprano and harp, including George Crumb’s “Federico’s Little Songs for Children.”

A lecturer at her alma mater, the University of Rhode Island, Ms. Frazier teaches studio voice, class voice and music appreciation courses. She maintains a private voice studio, and is a former president and current governor of the Rhode Island chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.