College of Music Program Book 2011-2012: Ensemble & Other Performances, Volume 3 Page: 19
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Soprano Lucy Tamez Creech, a Dallas native, has sung roles with The Dallas Opera, The
Lyric Opera of Chicago, Miami Opera, Abilene Opera, and Mississippi Opera. She has
been featured with The Dallas Symphony, Grant Park of Chicago, Austin Symphony, The
Dallas Bach Society, Voices of Change, Orpheus Chamber Singers, The Mesquite Civic
Chorus, The Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra, and many more local groups.
Andrew Kenney, a native of St. Louis, holds a B.M in Organ Performance from Webster
University in St. Louis. There he studied with Pat Partridge, Organist and Choirmaster at
Christ Church Cathedral, St. Louis. An active musician in the sacred music scene,
Andrew was the organist for the Musica Scara Saint Louis conference held in February
2011 at St. Raphael the Archangel Church, St. Louis. During his studies at Webster, he
performed regularly as harpsichordist and pianist for the Webster University Chamber
Orchestra and as a soloist with the Webster University Concert Choir. He currently
serves as the Director of Music and Youth Ministry for St. Peter's Catholic Church in
Lindsay, TX. He and his wife, Emma, live in Lindsay.
Heidi Dietrich Klein, soprano, has enjoyed performing various genres of vocal music
for over twenty years. She holds the Master of Music degree in vocal performance from
Indiana University. She is particularly dedicated to the interpretation of contemporary
music and has premiered numerous compositions, many of which have been written
expressly for her. She has been a featured performer at new music festivals throughout
the United States and has presented lectures on contemporary vocal practices to singers
and composers alike. The technical demands inherent in the performance of
contemporary music have proven invaluable in the interpretation of early music as well.
Ms. Klein performs regularly in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex with such ensembles as
the Orpheus Chamber Singers, The Orchestra of New Spain, the Dallas Bach Society and
the Denton Bach Society. She has also performed and recorded with the Dallas
contemporary music ensemble, Voices of Change. Ms. Klein maintains an active voice
studio in her home and has served as adjunct instructor of voice at the University of
North Texas. She is featured on three compact disc recordings: CEMEsonics: The
Threshold of Sound; Music of SEAMUS, Volume 7; and with Voices of Change, The
Chamber Music of David Dzubay.
Elizabeth Johnson Knight, mezzo soprano, has sung a wide range of choral and solo
repertoire, appearing with the Masterwork Chorus, Bach Festival of Central Florida,
North Central Louisiana Masterworks, Paducah Symphony, Valdosta Symphony
Orchestra, Meridian Vocal Consort, Orpheus Chamber Singers, Project Eve, Vox Humana,
the South Dakota Chorale and the Carmel Bach Festival. She has recorded for Gothic and
Naxos. Elizabeth is a graduate of Indiana UIniversity (MM) and the University of
Mississippi (BM). She has held teaching positions at the University of Louisiana, Monroe,
and Murray State University, and currently holds a teaching fellowship at the University
of North Texas, where she is pursuing doctoral studies in voice and pedagogy.
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