Angela Carr Forsythe
- Assistant Professor of Music, Director of Vocal Studies
- School of Music and Worship Arts
- BA, Eastern Nazarene College
- MM, Longy School of Music
- DA, Ball State University
Angela teaches Applied Voice, as well as courses in Diction, Vocal Pedagogy, Vocal Literature, and Lyric Theatre. She has appeared as a soloist with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, New England Light Opera, Cantata Singers, Masterworks Chorale, Concert Chorale of Nashville, and the Brentwood Baptist Choir. Angela specializes in early music and regularly performs with the Music City Baroque and Early Music City ensembles. She has sung in backup ensembles for well-known Christian artists such as Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, Steve Green, and Larnelle Harris. Highlights of Angela’s session work include multiple recordings for Disney, SeaWorld’s “Pop” Bubble Show, the TV show Fargo, Destiny 2 video game, the Mall of America’s “FlyOver America” ride, and Jeremy Camp’s album We Cry Out: The Worship Project. In 2022, she completed all three certification levels of the Somatic Voicework™ Lovetri Method, a method of vocal training for CCM styles. Angela and her husband, Matt, live in Nashville. For more information, visit www.angelacarrmusic.com.
Certifications & Memberships
National Association of Teachers of Singing
Somatic Voicework™ Teachers Association
Areas of Expertise/Research Interests
Speech Language Pathology
Dissertation (2015): Solo Angel Roles in Vocal Music: Tracing the Use of Angel Roles from 1600 to the Present.