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Deborah Lee Sperlich
Visiting Assistant Professor
School of Music/Music, Voice Performance
Biography

Deborah Lee Sperlich was first hired as an adjunct member of the voice faculty at the University of Florida in 1987 and has continued for over twenty-five years, working with both classical music and musical theatre majors.  She received a Masters Degree in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore and a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from the University of Florida.  Prior to teaching at UF, she was on the voice faculty at Jacksonville State University in Alabama.

As a classical singer, she specializes in performing with Baroque and contemporary chamber ensembles, including concerts in Argentina and Hong Kong, and is a regular performer on the Jubilus Concert Series in Gainesville, Florida.  Her non-classical performing experience includes work as a singer/dancer at Disneyworld and as a performer and choreographer at several Musicana Dinner Theatres throughout Florida. 

Many of Ms. Sperlich’s students have been recognized for their outstanding achievements, including dozens of first-place winners at the regional National Association of Teachers of Singing student competitions, and many students who have been in shows on Broadway, national tours and regional theatres. 

Contact Information
352-284-5517
352-273-3189
sperlich@ufl.edu
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Room #343
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Mailing Address

2320 NW 38th Drive, Gainesville, FL 32605