Abigail Burke

Adjunct professor, Trevecca School of Music and Worship Arts


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  • GSPP/B.A. equivalent, Cambridge College, Cambridge, Mass.
  • M.Ed., Cambridge College, Cambridge, Mass.
  • D.Div. , Trinity Evangelical Christian University (TECU), Toney, Ala.

Location: 211 Wakefield

Biography


From childhood in Massachusetts to Opryland U.S.A. and today, in her Trevecca studio and classes, Dr. Abby Burke believes that we share—regardless of musical background and experience—an innate ability to use the human voice as an instrument and vehicle for music-making and textual expression. Knowing that the human voice can invoke a variety of emotions it has always been and continues to be, it is Dr. Burke's pleasure to encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to unlock and free their inner spirit through the voice, listening and writing. By creating a safe and loving environment, Dr. Burke ensures that every student who enters her studio or classroom is encouraged to become all that God has placed inside them.

Areas of Expertise


  • Dr. Burke has completed additional studies in opera, vocal performance and pedagogy and music theater at the New England Conservatory of Music, The Hartt School and the Boston Conservatory.

  • She has trained with with Tom Burke, MS CCC SLP, founder of the Broadway Voice Box (New York City, N.Y.) and Robert Sussama, BM MM and is a Certified Master Teacher and Course Instructor of the Estill Voice Training System (New York City, N.Y.)

  • Psalms specialist

  • Personal career as an artist spans 40 years

  • Dr. Burke along with her husband, Pastor Glenn, are the co-pastors and founders of a worship arts ministry called Artist Revival Ministries, Inc. She is also an ordained pastor of the United New Testament Church International, Inc.


  • Certifications & Memberships


  • National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS, Inc.)

  • Jazz Education Network (JEN)

  • National Association for Music Education (NAMfE)

  • The Tennessee Music Educators Association (TMEA)

  • Faculty Emeritus and the Nashville Jazz Workshop

  • American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC, Inc.)