Patty Kramer

Music Applied Voice Adjunct

Patty Kramer

Music Applied Voice Adjunct

Arts & Sciences
Jindra FA 107

pkramer@peru.edu
402-872-2237

Office Hours:
By appointment only

Fall 2017
Musc 120,220,320,340,420,440-000A / Applied Music – Voice

Spring 2018
Musc 120,220,320,340,420,440-000A / Applied Music – Voice

Gracing the stage with “poise, precision and prowess,” Patty has established herself as a diverse performer of classical, musical theatre, and popular repertoire here in the Midwest. In the last six months, this South Dakota-native has brought life to the Mother (Amahl and the Night Visitors) and Augusta Tabor (The Ballad of Baby Doe). Other roles include Cathy Whitacker (Far From Heaven), Jo March (Little Women), Cherubino (Le nozze di Figaro), Nicklause/Muse (Les contres d’Hoffmann), Princess Dora (The Three Feathers), Dinah (Trouble in Tahiti), Gianetta (L’elisir d’amore), the Witch (Hansel and Gretel), Siebel (Faust), Prince Orlofsky (Die Fledermaus), Edith (The Pirates of Penzance) and Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady). She also frequents performing in recitals, oratorios, as well as chorale ensembles. She has been a choral scholar at First Plymouth Congregational Church in Lincoln, NE for four years under the direction of Tom Trenney, and has become a visiting member in various professional choirs including Résonance based in Omaha and Sounding Light based in Detroit.

Along with holding a position as Adjunct Professor of Voice at Peru State College, Ms. Kramer will be returning as a Music Director for her fifth season at the Allegro Wolf Broadway Academy in Sutton, NE. Additionally, she has been a masterclass clinician in over ten high schools in five states across the country. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and Master of Music degree from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, both in Vocal Performance. She is currently working toward a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Vocal Performance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln under Professor Alisa Belflower.​