Audrey Davis-Stanley

Adjunct Faculty in Voice
Ed Landreth Hall 130 | 817-257-8172


B.M. Vocal Performance The University of Texas at Austin
M. M. Vocal Performance Texas Christian University
M. M. Vocal Pedagogy Texas Christian University

Audrey Davis-Stanley is an Adjunct Professor of Voice at Texas Christian University. She holds two Master of Music degrees from Texas Christian University in Vocal Performance and Vocal Pedagogy. Mrs. Davis-Stanley graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance. While in Austin, she was a member of the Austin Opera chorus for two seasons.

Mrs. Davis-Stanley has studied in both Italy and Germany. She has been featured as a soloist with Northeast Orchestra, St. Vincent’s Anglican Cathedral,  Red River Lyric Opera, Lyric Opera Studio Weimar, Steamboat Opera Artists Institute, Diversità Opera Arts Company, and Stolen Shakespeare Guild.

In addition, she enjoys teaching, performing, researching, and presenting lecture recitals, and has a special interest in Baroque music and female composers. She also has experience in opera, oratorio, and musical theatre.

Mrs. Davis-Stanley presented her lecture recital “Morfydd Owen, A Welsh Female Art Song Composer” at the Texoma NATS Regional Conference in Fall 2019. She has also presented her lecture recital on American Art Song Composers to TCU’s Extended Education Group, SilverFrogs. She also enjoys mentoring students through TCU’s College 101 program, as well as serving as a discussion facilitator for TCU’s Common Reading Program.

As a teacher in TCU’s Extended Education Music Preparatory Program, many of her students have gained college music school acceptance at top Texas universities, Texas Music Educators Association All-State Choirs, and advanced to state in UIL’s Solo & Ensemble Competition. Her students enjoy competing at both NATS regional Texoma Conference as well as DFW Chapter competitions.