The NBC affiliate regularly features top educators in metro Atlanta and on Monday WXIA Reporter Donna Lowry featured Timmerman.
A faculty member at Pebblebrook since 1993, more of Timmerman’s students have gone on to perform on Broadway than any other known Georgia educator.
Timmerman told the 11 Alive audience he gained “satisfaction” in seeing how far his students can go.
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Timmerman also holds degrees in vocal performance from Valdosta State University and the New England Conservatory of Music, and has been awarded apprenticeships with the opera companies of Central City, Colorado; Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Atlanta. His training includes fellowships at the Tanglewood and Brevard Music Centers.
A tenor, Timmerman has performed in concerts and recitals throughout the United States and in Europe. He is a regular soloist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and has performed with The Atlanta Singers since 1989.
He can be heard as soloist with the Robert Shaw Chamber Singers on the recordings “Songs of Angels” and “Angels on High” (Telarc) and on the original cast recording of the opera “StarChild.”
A member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Timmerman formerly taught on the voice faculties of Kennesaw State University and Columbus State University.
Choirs under Timmerman’s direction have been featured in performances with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra, at London’s Westminster Abbey and at inservice conferences of the Georgia Music Educators Association. His students have enjoyed unprecedented representation in Georgia All-State Chorus events and the Governor’s Honors Program.
Frank Timmerman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Timmerman of Cairo.