At Indiana Wesleyan University, our Applied Music courses are intentionally designed to prepare you to serve the Lord with excellence in your chosen instrument. Our faculty members all have master's or doctoral degrees in Music Performance and are active performers in local, regional, national, and international venues. In addition, many are involved in presenting at regional, national, and international music conferences and shining the light of Jesus by their lives and presence throughout the world of music performance and pedagogy. Excellent instructors as well as performers, they offer years of study, practice, pedagogy, and performance experiences to come alongside and mentor you in your musical and spiritual journey.

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Tammie Huntington; MM, DA Asst Prof; Music tammie.huntington@indwes.edu


Dr. Tammie Huntington, soprano, is an associate professor of Music at IWU where she teaches Vocal Pedagogy, Opera Workshop and Opera Theatre in addition to Applied Voice. Huntington holds a Doctor of Arts degree in Voice Performance with Opera/Opera Direction emphases from Ball State University, where she produced and directed the world premiere of Fifty-Third Street, a new American opera by Jody Nagel. Huntington resides in Marion with her husband, three sons and a daughter.

Educational Background:

  • B.S., 1991, Grace College
  • M.M., 2004, Ball State University
  • D.A., 2008, Ball State University


  • Performance with Soprani Compagni at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, March 2, 2012.
  • Semi-finalist with Dr. Phoenix Park-Kim in the Liszt-Garrison International Collaborative Artist Competition, Oct. 2011.
  • Poster presentation on Fifty-Third Street at the 2012 National Opera Association National Conference.
  • Performance practice of Fifty-Third Street and poster presentation at the 2009 International Congress of Voice Teachers.

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