Location: Virginia, USA
Margaret Bushman prefers to be called a mezzo-soprano, though many teachers have accused her of being a soprano. She has studied voice for over seven years and has performed in choirs since she was a child. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Music from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College and her Master’s degree in Vocal Performance from Shenandoah University. She has a great interest in ethnomusicology and has performed in Germany and Japan. Currently she sings with the St. Paul Episcopal Church choir and Masterworks Chorus, works with community theatre and teaches voice privately. Most recently, she comes from the studio of Dr. Kathryn Green and previously sang in the quartet at St. James Episcopal Church in Leesburg, Virginia. When she isn’t working or planning her next recital, she enjoys practicing her piano, composing music, writing fiction, knitting, and reading and watching British mysteries.