Charlotte Mundy is a soprano and educator based in New York City. She is a doctoral fellow in Voice Performance at the CUNY Graduate Center. She holds a Master of Music in Contemporary Music Performance from the Manhattan School of Music and a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance from the University of Toronto.
Ms. Mundy has over 13 years of teaching experience through her private voice studio. She has also given guest lectures, masterclasses, and residencies at universities and colleges across The United States, including Columbia, Stanford, and Harvard. In her spare time, she enjoys riding and maintaining her 1979 Yamaha motorcycle.
Described as a “daredevil with an unbreakable spine” [SF Classical Voice] whose performances are “an oasis of radiant beauty” [NYTimes], Mundy was recently awarded the Jan DeGaetani prize for contemporary song performance from the Joy in Singing Competition. She has performed as a soloist at the BAM New Wave Festival, 92nd Street Y, and the Metropolitan Museum. As a passionate chamber musician, Mundy “slays the thorniest material like it’s nothing” [WQXR] with TAK ensemble, who was recently awarded the Mamlok Prize. She also sings stratospheric microtonal lines with Ekmeles vocal ensemble.