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Ellen Rutkowski



School of Visual & Perf Arts


Courses taught:

Vocal Methods I MUSC-120A
Vocal Methods II MUSC-120B
Applied Voice MUSC-124A
Applied Voice MUSC-124B
Applied Voice MUSC-224A
Applied Voice MUSC-224B
German Vocal Diction & Literature MUSC-318B
Applied Voice MUSC-324A
Ellen Rutkowski, mezzo soprano, is well-known regionally as a soloist, recitalist, and voice teacher. Mrs. Rutkowski received Bachelors’ degrees in Music Therapy and Psychology from College Misericordia, and a Masters’ degree in Music Education with a concentration in vocal pedagogy from Marywood University. She is a retired high school music teacher and is a part-time faculty member of Marywood University’s Department of Music, Theater, and Dance, teaching Opera Workshop, German Diction, Vocal Methods, History of Rock Music, and Applied Voice. She is a student of Samantha Guevrekian of Scranton, coaches with Ruth Drucker of Baltimore, and for many years, studied with the late Dr. Thomas Houser of New Holland.