Zoe Vandermeer is on the Roster of the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism. She performs locally and internationally as a singing harpist in opera, classical, and her own original music. An accomplished composer, author and painting artist, she loves sharing her passion for music and the arts by giving performances, workshops, masterclasses and interactive speech engagements for kids and adults in a variety of genres.
Zoe Vandermeer's Interactive Workshops are fun and engage participants in Art, Music, Storytelling, and Creative Movement.
Zoe Vandermeer is a Voice Expert and provides training and masterclasses in healthy vocal techniques for all ages, presented in a digestible format that's fun, informative, and helpful.
Zoe Vandermeer's Presentations on Public Speaking has helped many speakers, actors, and business owners overcome the fear of speaking and helped moved them forward to the next level.
Zoe Vandermeer gives workshops in Character Development for Actors and Singers, giving them tools to master their craft so that they can successfully connect with their audience - and themselves.
Zoe Vandermeer's Carnegie Hall debut took place in October 2014 as First Place Winner of the B. Alexander International Vocal Competition. Ms. Vandermeer was First Place Winner in the Bay Area Vocal Arts Competition, and was Finalist in the London Young Artists Early Music Competition. A prize-winning graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, she is a recipient of the Dame Joan Sutherland Fund, MTNA Foundation Grant Fund, Hartt School Faculty Development Fund, Mimi Burkhardt Scholarship Fund, Emerging Artists Fund.
Zoe's 'Musical Fairy Tale' has frequently been compared to Phantom of the Opera, Into the Woods, and Secret Garden.
Ms. Vandermeer has written articles for Classical Singer Magazine, Harpa (Switzerland), and Flor de Card (Spain), and has been a featured guest on numerous radio stations in the US and Scotland.