Martha Elliott has established a reputation as a dynamic singer with a diverse repertoire. She has performed throughout the world and is on the performance faculty at Princeton University.
Selected as an Outstanding Academic Title for 2006 by Choice
"This is just the kind of book I wish I'd had access to when I was a student, but I am still ever so grateful to benefit from it now. It is thorough, thoughtful, inclusive, and a real joy to read. I know I'll be referring to Singing In Style frequently in the years to come . . . not to mention recommending it to countless others."—Dawn Upshaw, soprano
"Singing in Style opens the door for singers to a better understanding of how to put more thought into their performances of the past four hundred years of song. In some cases, Elliott raises useful questions herself; then she gives us tools and resources for finding the answers. I wish such a book had been available when I was a student."—Drew Minter, countertenor
"Full of information which enlightens our interpretive choices, Singing In Style is a most welcome resource and a must read for our profession."—Lucy Shelton, soprano
"A very important addition to the field. I recommend it to students and teachers."—Paul Sperry, Manhattan School of Music
"An indispensable guide for singers, pianists and teachers. Written from a singer’s viewpoint, Singing in Style raises a host of important issues, addressing them with clarity and insight."—Brian Zeger, Artistic Director of Vocal Arts, Juilliard School