Ms. Eleanor McClellan, a native of Florence, Alabama, received a BS in Music Education (K-12) with an emphasis in Choral/Vocal Music from the University of North Alabama in Florence, and a Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. She has completed course work towards the Doctor of Musical Arts in Vocal Performance at the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music in Ohio, and has studied at the Institute for Advanced Vocal Study in Paris, France, and the Accademia Internazionale delle Arti in Rome, Italy. Ms. McClellan has taught on the Music Faculties of Bellarmine University in Kentucky; Wilberforce University, Central State University and the University of Dayton in Ohio; Mississippi University for Women and Mississippi State University in Mississippi; and the Accademia Internazionale delle Arti in Rome, Italy. She has also taught on the Summer Vocal Faculties of the Kentucky Center’s Governor’s School for the Arts, and the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan. Ms. McClellan has performed on stage (Opera and Musical Theatre) and in recital on three Continents. At this time, she is pursuing her own studies and research, working as Music Library Specialist and Class Voice instructor at the University of North Alabama, and Director of Music at the Edgemont United Methodist Church, both in Florence, Alabama.