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Eve Montague

Eve Montague, MT-BC, is Director of Creative Arts Therapies, Chair of SSC's Music Therapy Department, and a member of the voice faculty. She received a degree in music education from the University of Western Ontario, her music therapy equivalency from Western Michigan University, and her Masters of Science in Management from Emmanuel College.

Eve is a board certified music therapist, working for over 25 years with both children and adults in educational and vocational settings implementing a diverse range of programs. She is skilled in instrument adaptation and modification, as well as adapted technology and access.  She is the Director/Conductor of SSC Community Voices, a performance ensemble serving individuals with developmental disabilities.   Eve is a trained facilitator in the Remo healthRhythms® drum protocol and a certified Music Together® teacher.

Eve is the President for the New England Region of the American Music Therapy Association and also serves as the Internship Committee representative for the Region. She has supervised and trained music therapy interns for the past 12 years. Eve is an experienced staff trainer and presents extensively throughout the state, regionally and nationally, to music educators, music therapists, parents, and other human service professionals. She is also a guest lecturer at Berklee College of Music.

Eve, a soprano, sings with the Conservatory’s Opera by the Bay and is a member of Plimouth Festival Chorus. She is also Music Director at St. Joseph the Worker Church in Hanson.  Eve is active in local community theatre and is past president of Bay Players Theatre troupe. Recent roles have included The Sandman in Hansel and Gretel and Frosch in Die Fledermaus with OBTB, Tom  in Sylvia, Anna in Night Sky and Ruth in Pirates of Penzance with Bay Players, and Mother Abbess in Sound of Music with Little Theatre of Stoughton.