Assistant Professor of Music, Voice

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 has been lauded in her concert performances as singing with “a lovely purity,” “pleasing…angelic,” “floating otherworldly sound,” “a clear voice,” and “the most expressive actor” with a “sparkling soprano.”

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. As an avid performer of dynamic contemporary compositions, Caitlin has premiered works by composers Erica Glenn (Weaver of Raveloe) and Paul Sayed (Grace in the Wind). 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 starred in a tribute to Rodgers and Hammerstein with the Enid Symphony Orchestra, was the soprano soloist with the Messiah Choral Society of Central Florida, and is a frequent soloist with the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park. She performed with the State Symphony Orchestra of Turkmenistan in Central Asia, coached professional Turkmen singers, and conducted outreach workshops for the American Embassy.

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 an active adjudicator for FMTNA and NATS Voice Competitions. She maintains a private voice studio in Winter Park, where she lives with her family and energetic rescue pup.


BA, Davidson College
MM, Longy School of Music of Bard College
DMA, University of North Texas

Caitlin Mohr portrait