Dr. Jennifer Mouledous

Lecturer of Voice

 

Music Annex A273
(985) 549-2336
Jennifer.Mouledous@southeastern.edu

 

 

Dr. Jennifer Mouledous maintains a busy Jennifer Mouledousprivate voice studio in Covington, Louisiana and has been on the voice faculty at Southeastern Louisiana University since 2018. She previously taught music, chorus, and drama at Kehoe-France School for 17 years.

Dr. Mouledous’ students are often awarded leading roles in school musicals and community theater productions and participate in local, regional, national, and international programs. Her students are accepted and offered scholarships to major conservatories and University programs in Vocal Performance, Music Education, Music Therapy, and Musical Theater. Her students also achieve success in recording contracts, commercials, and Hollywood movie contracts.

Dr. Mouledous holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Southern Mississippi, a Master of Music in Opera Performance from the University of Maryland and a Doctorate in Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from The University of Mobile. While attending The University of Maryland Opera Studio she was recognized by The Washington Post for her role as Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro. Other roles performed are; Magda in The Consul, Papagena in The Magic Flute; Suor Angelica in Suor Angelica; and Euridice in Orpheus in the Underworld.

In addition to her operatic roles, Dr. Mouledous performs recitals and has sung the Brahms Requiem with The University of Mobile Orchestra, performed with the New Orleans Opera, was the soloist at the Louisiana Governors dinner, and a finalist in the Madame Rose Palmai-Tenser Scholarship Competition.

Singing has allowed Jennifer to travel to Europe and around the United States. Jennifer’s teaching position and her love of children creates an opportunity to share her passion with the next generation. She and her husband, Ryan, enjoy living in Covington, Louisiana and raising their two children, Justin and Kate. Go to mouledousmusic.com for more information.