Dr. Victoria Holland is a Chicago-based singer, teacher, and vocal coach. She holds a Bachelor of Music from Rhodes College and completed both her Masters and Doctoral studies in Opera Performance at Northwestern University.
In addition to running a private voice studio, Dr. Holland has held positions at Loyola University, Northwestern University, and Lawrence University. She is an in-demand master class clinician in the Chicago area. As a presenter, Dr. Holland has lectured locally and internationally on topics such as Italian Art Song and Guitar, Gregorian Chant in the 21st Century, and Technology in the Classroom.
Dr. Holland was President of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), Chicago Chapter and has been an active member since 1997. She also serves on the Musicians Club of Women Board.
An active performer, Dr. Holland sings regularly with local ensembles, with live performances in concerts and festivals as well as recorded broadcasts.
In 2016 Dr. Holland co-founded the Royal Conservatory School's summer vocal intensive with Dr. Robert Loewen. This annual vocal intensive is for young classical singers ages 14-18, with daily lessons and coaching, as well as classes in acting, movement, diction, and musicianship skills.
Dr. Holland is a member of The Royal Conservatory's College of Examiners since 2014 and examines throughout the United States and Canada.