Elizabeth Schorr is an elementary general music, choral and drama educator in the Walpole Public Schools. She is currently pursuing her Masters degree in Music Education at Boston University. Ms. Schorr was born and raised in The Woodlands, Texas where opportunities to participate in high quality musical experiences first ignited her passion for singing and performing. Throughout her secondary education Ms. Schorr performed in select choirs locally and at the all-state level. She is a graduate of the University of Hartford’s The Hartt School with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education and Vocal Performance. During her undergraduate studies Ms. Schorr primarily studied classical voice with Maureen O’Flynn. She is a soprano, and has been seen on the Hartt School stage as Eurydice in Orpheus in the Underworld (J. Offenbach), with Hartford Opera Theater as Martha in The Crucible (R. Ward), and as a member of the Musica & Musica Festival as Musetta in La boheme (G. Puccini). She also has studied choral conducting with Dr. Vanessa Bond and Dr. Edward Bolkovac through her studies at The Hartt School. Outside of the classical realm, Ms. Schorr performs professionally with the vocal band Elevate, and serves as the Music Director for the Somerville-based a cappella group Vinyl Street.
Ms. Schorr is very passionate about sharing her love of music with her students, and focuses on helping her students create a healthy vocal tone and developing their own musical identity. She is honored to be joining the SSCC community!