D.M.A. in Voice, Eastman School of Music.  Fulbright Scholar to Jerusalem, Solo Recitalist grant from the N.E.A., former Affiliate Artist in Voice at the Moores School of Music, Lamar University and the University of St. Thomas.  Mezzo-soprano soloist with the Slovak Radio Orchestra, Seattle Symphony, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Portland, Maine Symphony, Arad Philharmonic (Romania), Houston Ballet, Aspen Music Festival, Grand Teton Music Festival., Voxia Festival (Sao Paulo), Texas Music Festival.  Over 15 recordings, including “Ryoanji for Voice and Percussion” by John Cage (composed for Dr. Ganz) and Luciano Berio’s “Sequenza III”, included on a 4-CD compilation of the Sequenzas and cited by the New York Times as “one of the best classical recordings of 2006”.  Her original choral compositions have been published by Boosey & Hawkes, Transcontinental and Shalshelet Publications.  

Dr. Ganz’s outstanding students have included the Metropolitan Opera Audition’s finalist, tenor Nathaniel Peake, and the second place winner of American’s Got Talent, soprano Barbara Padilla.

Dr. Isabelle Ganz with Dorian McCall, Bass

Dr. Michael Jones

Maestra Darlene Clark