Adjunct Assistant Professor
Performing and Fine Arts
Dr. Felix Graham (tenor) is a New York-based performer, teacher, conductor and author. As a singing voice specialist, his pedagogy focuses on vocal health and retraining, as well as guiding clients in reconciling their voice and personal identity. As an active researcher in the areas of voice science and vocal/choral music education, Felix has presented both at home and abroad on such topics as singing voice disorders, developmental voice and non-hierarchical choral approaches. He is the director of York College’s Cardinal Chorus, where he also teaches general music courses; additionally, he currently serves as music director of the TRANScend Vocal Ensemble. He holds a B.S. in Vocal Performance from Tennessee State University, and a Master of Arts (with a voice pedagogy focus), a Master of Education (with a music education and choral pedagogy focus), as well as a Doctorate of Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Areas of Expertise
- Vocal Pedagogy
Offices Held In Professional Societies
Vice-President, New York Singing Teachers Association: 2017-Present.