Caitlin Mohr's "powerful and expressive" (Boston Musical Intelligencer) voice, combined with her expertise in vocal pedagogy make the east coast native a sought after performer, vocal technician, and teacher of singing. Caitlin's vocal, artistic, and theatrical versatility allow her to flourish in oratorio and opera ranging from Mozart and Handel to vocal works by Libby Larson and Rebecca Clarke. Her selected operatic credits include the title role of Felice in Benton Hess's Felice, Susanna (Le nozze di Figaro), Lauretta (Gianni Schicchi), Mabel (Pirates of Penzance), and Giacinta (Orontea). Caitlin performed with the State Symphony Orchestra of Turkmenistan in Central Asia, coached professional Turkmen singers, and conducted outreach workshops for the American Embassy. Dr. Caitlin Mohr completed her musical studies at Davidson College (BA), Longy School of Music of Bard College (MM), and the University of North Texas (DMA). She currently teaches at Rollins College, but previously taught at Texas A&M University- Commerce and the University of North Texas. Dr. Mohr's research focuses on vocal pedagogy and health related to the vocal athlete, women in music, and art song literature. She has completed her certification in The Lovetri Institute for Somatic Voicework and is the Central Florida NATS Chapter President.