Carol Krueger, D.M.A
Department of Music, Box 4029
DMA, University of Miami, Choral Conducting
MM, University of Miami, Choral Conducting
BMA, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Music Education
Carol Krueger is the Director of Choral Activities at Emporia State University where she teaches conducting and choral methods, and serves as the conductor of the A Cappella Choir, Community Choir, Chamber Singers and Emporia Camerata. A native of Wisconsin, Krueger received her bachelor's degree in Music Education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and both an M.M. and D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from the University of Miami.
An active clinician, adjudicator and guest conductor, Krueger has most recently conducted festivals and honor choirs at the collegiate, high school and middle school levels in North Carolina, Wisconsin, New York, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, Washington, Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Kansas, and North Dakota. In addition, Dr. Krueger served as the guest conductor of Vivaldi’s Gloria in Carnegie Hall (2010), the Adult Chancel Choir and Chamber Singers at Montreat Presbyterian Association of Musicians Conference (2010), and multiple performances of Epcot’s Candlelight Processional and Massed Choir Program (2005).
Krueger has presented interest sessions at the American Choral Directors National Convention in New York, the OAKE (Kodaly) National Convention in Charlotte, the ACDA Southern Division Conventions in Nashville and Louisville, the Southern Division MENC Convention in Charleston, the North Central Division ACDA in Madison, the Eastern Division ACDA in Providence, the Eastern Division NAfME in Hartford, as well as interest sessions or workshops in Vermont, California, Texas, Iowa, New Hampshire, Minnesota, Wisconsin, South Dakota, Tennessee, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Maine, Virginia, Georgia, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Florida, Alabama, and South Carolina. Krueger is also widely recognized for her work with music literacy. Oxford University Press publishes her book, Progressive Sight Singing.