Reinhardt University Faculty and Staff Directory
Dr. Becky A. SalterAssociate Professor of Music Music
Dr. Rebecca Ann Salter is an Associate Professor of Voice at Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia, where she serves at the Voice Area Coordinator. Dr. Salter earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts in vocal performance at the University of Oklahoma, where she studied with Salvatore Champagne. Prior to that, she studied with Larry Wade Keller at Oklahoma City University, where she earned her Master of Music and Bachelor of Music degrees in vocal performance. Former students have performed on television and film, on Broadway, in national and international Broadway tours, and with various regional theatres. Many of Dr. Salter’s students have been winners and finalists at GANATS, SERNATS, and National NATS auditions. As a performer, Dr. Salter has received numerous awards, including the Benton-Schmidt Scholarship and Metropolitan Opera National Council District First Alternate (the year that Kelli O’Hara won), and was a Finalist in the 2010 TEXOMA-NATS Artist Awards Competition. Dr. Salter is a 2016 participant in the Naked Voice Institute at Northwestern University with W. Stephen Smith, and is certified from The Institute for Contemporary Commercial Music in Vocal Pedagogy (The LoVetri Method – Level I). She is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (current Vice President of the Georgia Chapter, and former Registrar for the Southeastern Region) and Pi Kappa Lambda. She resides in the Lake Arrowhead community with her husband, Joseph.
Dr. Irma M. SantoroInterim Dean, School of Math & Science/Associate Professor of Biology Biology
Raj SashtiPart-time Faculty | Director of International Studies Consortia of Georgia International Studies
Dr. Danielle A. SatreAssociate Professor of Biology Biology
Dr. Anne C. SchantzAssistant Professor of Music Music
Dr. Cory N. SchantzAssociate Professor of Music-Voice Music-Voice
Dr. Cory Schantz has sung principal roles with Atlanta Opera, Tulsa Opera, and Baltimore Opera, among others. Most recently, he made his company debut with Opera Birmingham, singing the role of Capulet in Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette.
An active interpreter of oratorio and concert singer, Dr. Schantz made his Carnegie Hall debut in April 2018, singing the baritone solos in Handel’s Messiah. He has also appeared as soloist with the Spartanburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Johns Creek Symphony, Rome Symphony, Billings Messiah Festival, and Brazos Chamber Orchestra. In 2017, Dr. Schantz appeared as baritone soloist on the recording Canciones del Corazon, by the Reinhardt University Chamber Singers.
As a recitalist, Dr. Schantz has performed recitals and presented masterclasses at Austin Peay State University, University of Connecticut, University of South Alabama, and the University of Tennessee. Upcoming recitals include performances at University of Toledo and Florida State University.
Dr. Schantz studied with Marilyn Horne at The University of Oklahoma (where he earned his D.M.A.) and the Académie Musicale de Villecroze (France). He has served on the voice faculty at Ouachita Baptist University, Oklahoma State University, South Dakota State University and is currently on faculty at Reinhardt University in Waleska, Georgia, where he teaches voice and coordinates the opera program.