Charlotte is certified as a Master Teacher in Estill Voice Training, and believes a well-trained voice is one that can sing expressively and healthily in a variety of styles. Her primary mentor and teacher was Jo Estill, a woman whose passion for singing and knowledge changed the field of voice research, and brought a wealth of practical skills to singers world-wide.
Charlotte has been teaching voice at St. Mark's School since 1999. She also taught at New England Conservatory (Estill Institute), Groton School, and Lawrence Academy. She was Music Director at the Union Church of Stow and St. Anne's Parish, Littleton. She currently teaches at Indian Hill Music (where she served as Voice Department Chair), directs the Threshold Singers at Indian Hill, maintains a private studio, and serves as a choral clinician.
Charlotte's solo performances range from the Boston Symphony and Indian Hill Symphony to venues in the Swiss Alps and Jerusalem. She premiered and recorded works by Harold Shapero, Francis Judd Cooke, David Bennett Thomas, Steve Peisch, and others, and has often been a featured soloist with the Essex Chamber Music Players.