Mezzo Soprano, Pianist & Accompanist Mable Morrison is an alumna of Xavier University of Louisiana, DePaul University of Chicago, Fontainebleau Fine Arts and Music Schools of Fontainebleau, and L’Academie Internationale D’Ete of Nice. She has studied with Miriam Panalle, Edwin B. Hogan, Istvan Nadas, Walter Noona, Thomas Richner, Nadia Boulanger, Ming and Alexander Tcherepnin, Arthur Schonberger, Thelma Votipka and Craig Timberlake. She has been awarded a United States Intercultural Grant for performances in Sierre Leone, West Africa; a French Government Grant for studies at L’Academie Internationale D’Ete in Nice; and the B-Sharp Music Club Scholarship and Visiting Lecturer at the University of Liberia in Monrovia. Ms. Morrison has performed recitals in Louisiana, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and West Africa. Theodore Charles Stone of the Chicago Defender wrote, “Miss Morrison shows musicianship of fine quality. A great talent.” She is Associate Professor of Music at Delaware State College at Dover and is affiliated with Music Teachers National Association, The National Association of Negro Musicians, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and the National Piano Teachers Guild. In May 2012, Dr. Morrison received an Honorary Doctorate at Delaware State University in celebration of her 50th anniversary as a music faculty member at DSU.