Adjunct Faculty, Voice
Hollie Dueker, mezzo-soprano, is originally from East Tennessee. She received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Music degrees in Vocal Performance from Austin Peay State University. Ms. Dueker enjoys performing music of all genres, and has a particular interest in performance repertoire and techniques of the Renaissance and Baroque periods. On the APSU stage, she has been featured as a soloist in numerous large works and in operatic roles, including Marcellina (Le Nozze di Figaro), the Old Lady (Candide), la Zia Principessa (Suor Angelica) and Elizabeth Effington (in the world premiére of Seymour Barab’s comic opera, A Perfect Plan), Recently, she has appeared as a soloist with the Gateway Chamber Orchestra and the Cumberland Jazz Project.
Ms. Dueker is also a composer of vocal music, and has written many art songs and choral pieces. In addition, she is an ardent supporter of early childhood music education in the Clarksville area; she directs a pre-school children’s choir and has offered informational opera demonstrations to area pre-schools and elementary schools. Ms. Dueker has been an adjunct faculty member at Austin Peay State University since 2009, where she teaches voice, Aural Skills and Music Appreciation.
Phone: (931) 221-7103