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Pollyanna Hancock-Moody

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Department of Music
phancock@marylhurst.edu

Education

MM in Performance, Portland State University
BA in Music, The King's University College, Alberta, Canada

Instrument/Subject

Voice
Vocal Pedagogy
Body-Mapping

About

Polly Hancock-Moody is a member of Vivace Voices and Fireside Carolers, as well as a former member of the Oregon Repertory Singers. She has performed in solo recitals in the western United States and Canada, and is a former director of several church choirs.

Polly became a Certified Andover Educator in 2002, joining a network of teachers working to save, secure and enhance musical careers with accurate information about the body in movement.

In addition to being a part of the music faculty at Marylhurst University, she is also a member of the faculty at Portland Community College - Rock Creek, where among other classes she teaches voice and directs the choir.

Professional Associations

Member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing

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