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Judith Premin - Actor 2011

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Judith Premin is an accomplished choral conductor, music educator, vocalist and actor. A graduate of the University of Michigan School of Music with degrees in vo­cal performance and music education. Judith studied voice with Harold Haugh and conducting with Maynard Klein and Roger Wagner.

As an educator, she has had an extensive career teaching choral music at both the elementary and secondary levels as well as maintaining a private voice studio. She is a member of ACDA and an emeritus member and adjudicator for Michigan School Vocal Music Association.

As a performer, Judith has sung with several area orchestras, with the Choral Union of UMS, the Rackham Symphony Choir, with MOT for its outreach education program and with numerous churches in the metropolitan area. She has performed with the Windsor Light Opera Association, Performing Artists Unlimited, Dearborn Civic Theatre and the Dearborn Performing Arts Theatre. She has served as soloist for St. Colette Church in Livonia, St. John’s Church in Detroit and is currently on the music staff as section leader/soloist for First Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Michigan. Her favorite roles in theatre have been Anna in The King and I, Fiona in Brigadoon, M’Lynn in Steel Magnolias, Mrs. Gibbs in Our Town and Ruth in Later Life.

Judith made her Epicenter Theatre Group debut in October 2011 as the older Victoria in Marius Iliescu’s play The Man Who Lost His Sundays. “I thoroughly enjoyed doing the role. I really had to reach somewhere and I’m still reaching because none of us will ever experience or know what kind of life that was. It’s just not possible.” Judith would like to thank her husband Bill Premin and the rest of the staff at Epicenter Theatre Group for the opportunity to play such a challenging role. She is looking forward to future projects.


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  • Hometown: Flint, Michigan
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