Having been a member of the Cleveland Orchestra Chorus and Atlanta Symphony Chamber Choir, Carrie Culver is delighted to join the Cleveland Chamber Choir in its second season. She has performed with the El Paso Opera, the Colorado Gilbert and Sullivan Festival, and Boulder’s Dinner Theatre. As a soloist, she has sung the Poulenc Gloria, Beethoven’s Ninth Sympony, Bach’s Cantata 151, and Mozart’s Requiem. As Associate Professor and Director of Vocal Studies at the College of Wooster, she teaches voice, vocal pedagogy, and directs the Opera Workshop. She received her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the University of Missouri and the Doctor of Arts in Music degree from the University of Northern Colorado in Voice Performance and Pedagogy. She has recorded an album, Sonidos Sureños, with pianist Brian Dykstra for the Centaur Label, and enjoys an active schedule of chamber music performances with the Modern Muse Trio. Carrie also served as a soloist, organist, and chorus master in the Episcopal Church for fifteen years.