Adjunct Instructor of Voice
DR. LIZ DAVIS DOEBLER is the Assistant Director of Choral Activities at High Point University, directing the HPU Chapel Choir and Women’s Chorus and assisting with Chamber Singers and University Singers. She also teaches voice and conducting lessons at HPU. Outside the university, she serves as the Director of Music and Worship at Trinity Covenant Church in Greensboro, and enjoys performing with a professional choir, Bel Canto Company, and Triad’s new vocal jazz a cappella ensemble, The Quintessentials. Liz is a member of the American Choral Directors Association and the National Associations of Teachers of Singing.
Before coming to HPU, Liz was assistant director for Bel Canto Company, and directed the Greensboro Symphony Guild Women’s Chorus, Wellspring Retirement Chorus, and adult and children’s choirs at First United Methodist Church in Asheboro. She also taught voice lessons several years at the Music Academy of North Carolina, UNC School of the Arts Community Music School, and Salem College Community Music School. She was a conducting fellow at the University of Georgia Summer Choral Conducting Institute, and performed chamber music at the Schlern International Music Festival in Italy.
Liz earned her DMA degree in Choral Conducting at UNC-Greensboro, with a vocal performance cognate, during which she was assistant conductor for Chamber Singers and graduate conductor for Schola Cantorum, and chorus master for UNCG Opera Theatre. She earned her Master’s degree in Vocal Performance, also at UNCG, where she performed in several operas. Liz earned her Master’s degree in Music Education and Bachelor’s degree in Music Education/Vocal Performance, both from Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY. Liz lives in Greensboro with her husband, Geoff, and their cairn terrier named Scrappy.