Piano & Voice
B.A. Candidate in Music Education, Midland University.
B.A. in Music Education Candidate, Midland University
Carter Anderson is a multi-talented musician specializing in piano and voice. A gifted pianist, Carter began his studies at the age of five. His approach to playing and teaching has been greatly influenced and shaped by his work with the internationally recognized pianist Katherine Turner.
At Midland University, Carter served as a collaborative pianist, contributing his talents to a diverse range of productions, including musical theater, choral, and vocal jazz. His musical versatility extends to his vocal abilities, where he effortlessly navigates both classical and musical theater repertoires. Under the tutelage of Dr. Julie Grieves and Sharon North Jones, Carter has refined his vocal technique and knowledge of vocal pedagogy.
Carter boasts an impressive performance resume, featuring standout roles such as Jimmy Ray in "Bright Star," the title role in "Pippin," and Almanzo Wilder in "Little House on the Prairie the Musical." Most recently, he delivered a vibrant portrayal of Brother Jeremiah in the lively musical "Something Rotten!" directed by Dan Hayes.
Beyond the stage, Carter is a dedicated and passionate teacher, committed to helping his students discover and nurture their individual talents. His teaching approach reflects his genuine enthusiasm for guiding others on their artistic journeys.