Dr. Angelica Dunsavage serves as Lecturer of Choral Music Education and Voice at Washington State University, where she teaches choral methods, studio voice, and directs the WSU University Singers. Angelica recently received her DMA in Choral Conducting and Music Education at University of Arizona. She received her MM in Choral Conducting from Bowling Green State University, and her BS in Music Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Angelica is active in the Tucson, Arizona area as the Artistic Director of Tucson Masterworks Chorale, and Vocal Music Teacher at Ironwood Ridge HS. She serves on the AzACDA board as editor of the Antiphon. Her writing has also appeared in the Choral Journal. Angelica’s current research on the madrigals of Johann Schein appeared in a poster session at the 2019 NCCO Conference.
Angelica has served in church, community, and public-school teaching positions in the Arizona, Ohio and Pennsylvania areas, and remains in demand as a clinician, vocal teacher, professional chorister, and mezzo-soprano soloist.