Dominique McCormick

University of Rochester - Eastman School of Music
Bachelor of Music in Voice
Queens College - Aaron Copland School of Music
Master of Music in Voice

Dominique McCormick is a critically acclaimed lyric soprano from New York who has found professional fulfillment in performing in operas and concerts and teaching music to people of all ages and abilities. She received her undergraduate and masters degrees from the Eastman School of Music and Aaron Copland School of Music in New York City. In 2005, she decided to continue her education and embark upon a professional singing career in France. Dominique has worked in liturgical music most of her adult life, in the capacity of staff singer, children and adult choir director, organist, pianist and assistant music director for many churches and establishments including the American Cathedral in Paris, France. Most recently, upon her return to the U.S. in 2015, she worked as a staff singer for St. John the Divine Episcopal Church in Houston. She is proud to be the co-owner of Century Fine Arts, a music and fine arts school in Sugar Land.  She is currently writing her dissertation in pursuit of her doctorate in the musical art