Rhonda K. Rom (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Rhonda K Rom is an adjunct professor teaching applied voice at Dallas Baptist University. In addition, she maintains a private voice studio in the Dallas area. Mrs. Rom received the Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance from Arizona State University and the Master of Music degree in vocal performance from the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver. She is also an alumni of the opera program at the American Institute of Musical Studies (AIMS) in Graz, Austria.
Mrs. Rom's operatic credits include Serpina (La Serva Padrona), Papagena (The Magic Flute), Laetitia (The Old Maid and the Thief) as well as Flora (The Turn of the Screw). Mrs. Rom is a sought after church musician in the Dallas area and has experience singing various oratorio roles including Bach's Magnificat and Handel's Messiah. She also has extensive experience in the professional chorus singing with Orpheus Chamber Singers, The Santa Fe Desert Chorale and Santa Fe Pro Musica.
Mrs. Rom has also found an interest as a recording artist. She recorded "Journeys of the Spirit" with Santa Fe Desert Chorale and "12 Carols of Christmas" with Lone Spring Arts. She also collaborated on a philanthropic project for the Breast Cancer 3-Day. Mrs. Rom recorded, produced and composed music on a CD entitled "On Our Way" to raise funds, and awareness for breast cancer research.
She and her husband, Corey have found their home in Little Elm with their daughter, Elise. Their church home is at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco where they are both active in the music ministry. Mrs. Rom finds great enjoyment spending time with her family and friends, traveling and reading.
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