A versatile and acclaimed musician, Judy Coder is well-known for her vocal artistry and clarity of sound. Featured solo appearances include Glorias by Rutter and Poulenc, the Requiems of Mozart and Fauré, and the African Sanctus by David Fanshawe, as well as operatic ventures including Hansel and Gretel (Engelbert Humperdinck), Amahl and the Night Visitors (Giancarlo Menotti), and A Hand of Bridge (Samuel Barber). She has been featured soloist throughout her native Kansas with Lawrence Civic Choir, Topeka Opera Society and Concert Association (TOSCA), Topeka Festival Singers and Topeka Symphony Orchestra, and she has worked with conductors Sir David Willcox, Dr. John Strickler and Dr. Kevin Kellim. Coder is a graduate of Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas where she studied music education and voice.
Some of the finest examples of Judy’s classical singing can be found on her Christmas album, “Comfort and Joy”, available at NotableExceptions.com, or you can listen to a sample and purchase "Sussex Carol" right here.