Whether right out of grad school or after some years in the profession, IWU professors moved to the head of the class. Was it a passion for sharing the field of their dreams? Was it a divine prompting to make students their business? Or were they looking for a place where they could teach their profession and still share a profession of faith? No doubt it was all of these.

We invite you to come to campus and ask students what they think.

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


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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