Alice Montgomery, Speech Pathologist
The Voice & Swallowing Center
9701 Landmark Pkwy Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63127
Phone: (314) 722-2964
Hours: M-F 9:00am-5:00pm
Singing Specialist, working with amateur and professional voice users
B.A. at University of Michigan
M.S. in Communication Disorders at Fontbonne University
Certificate of Clinical Competence
Training & Experience
Alice Montgomery, mezzo-soprano, studied under Adele Addison, Richard Hughes, Henry Lewis, Clarice Carson, and Dickson Titus. A scholarship recipient for the Tanglewood Festival, Mannes Workshop, and Aspen Music Festival, Ms. Montgomery was also a finalist in the Lyric Opera of Chicago Competition. She has been a soloist with such groups as the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, New York Choral Society, Bach at the Sem, Sheldon Chorale, St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble, Opera Ensemble, Opera Ensemble of New York, Pennsylvania Opera Festival, and St. Louis Opera Theatre.
Since moving to St. Louis from New York City, Ms. Montgomery obtained a masters degree in Speech Language Pathology from Fontbonne University. She is on the music faculty of Webster University, presents with Washington University Performing Arts Medical Group for Injury Prevention, and provides consultation and screening annually for high school students in St. Louis Opera Theatre’s Artist in Training program.
As a Singing Voice Specialist at the Sound Health Voice and Swallowing Center, Ms. Montgomery works with singers from a wide variety of styles and backgrounds.