Asherah Capellaro

Asherah Capellaro

Adjunct Instructor: Voice

Asherah Capellaro Asherah Capellaro

Asherah Capellaro, soprano, received her M.M. in vocal performance from Westminster Choir College. As a grad student she appeared in the title role of Ravel’s L’Enfant et les Sortiléges (2016) and sang with the Boccherini Center’s international training program Canta in Italia. She has also completed coursework in musicology (University of Arizona) and conducting (Temple University and WCC). Capellaro has been a featured soloist at many venues in Southwest Virginia, including Opera Roanoke (Clorinda, cover), AGAR (Elena Ceausescu), the Taubman Museum (Listening to Paintings), Virginia Children’s Theatre (Mrs. Mushnik and Rose), Washington and Lee University (Collective Euphonia), and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Mendelssohn’s Hear My Prayer). As a conductor and pianist, Capellaro has held various music director positions at churches and synagogues, served as chorus master at Attic Productions and Opera Roanoke, and has taught middle and high school choir and theatre at North Cross School in Roanoke, VA.

Areas of Expertise

  • Vocal health and longevity
  • Baroque Performance Practice

Courses Taught

  • Applied Voice


  • Certified YogaVoice®️Instructor
  • Contributor: Jordan, James and Borrower, Jesse. The Complete Choral Warm-up Sequences, edited by Brian Sengdala. Chicago: GIA Publications Inc., 2018. 

Research Interests

  • Vocal health in choral singing
  • The benefits of singing on mental health 


  • M.M., Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ
  • B.M., Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA