Belinda Andrews-Smith is the Coordinator of Vocal Studies for the Denison Music Department. She is an accomplished soprano who maintains a busy singing and academic career.
Belinda began her professional career after earning her BM degree in voice performance from Bowling Green State University. Her studies continued at the Ohio State University where she completed her MA and DMA with concentrates in the areas of vocal pedagogy, speech and hearing sciences, and vocal performance.
Belinda is a working performer. She has been a featured soloist in numerous performances of oratorios and cantatas and has appeared with the Vivaldi Travelling Circus, the Trinity Episcopal Chamber series, the Denison Concert Choir, the Kenyon College Chamber Singers, and the Welsh Hills Symphony. Belinda has also sung numerous opera roles including; The Queen of the Night (The Magic Flute), Margot (The Desert Song), Alice Ford (Falstaff ), Adina (The Elixir of Love), Clorinda (La Cenerentola), Dama (Macbeth), Dame Carruthers (Yeomen of the Guard), Anna (Nabucco), The Queen of the Fairies (Iolanthe), and Mabel (The Pirates of Penzance). She is a frequent performer with Opera Columbus and Columbus Light Opera, and has appeared most recently in the 2004 Opera Columbus production of Iolanthe.