Mezzo soprano Trudy Hines Fuller has appeared with such major
American opera companies as the Houston Grand Opera and the Lyric
Opera of Chicago where she appeared as both Rosina and Bertha in
The Barber of Seville.  In the Southeast, she has sung the role
of Carmen with the Columbia Lyric Opera and the roles of Amneris
and Dido with the Brevard Music Center.  Other regional theatre
appearances have been as Ulrica in Un Ballo in Maschera and
Hansel in Hansel and Gretel with the Albuquerque Opera Theatre
and the Four Corners Opera.  As an oratorio and concert soloist,
she has sung the Verdi Requiem, the Brahms Alto Rhapsody,
Handel’s Messiah, and the Beethoven Ninth Symphony with orchestras
such as  Brevard Music Center under the direction of Robert Shaw and the
Greenville Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Peter Rickett.
Dr. Fuller has appeared as a soloist with the Hendersonville (NC) Symphony
Orchestra singing Elgar’s Sea Pictures.  She is a graduate of the University
 of Arizona where she earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in vocal
performance.  Dr. Fuller teaches singing at Furman University.
At Furman's 2003 Commencement, she received the Alester G. Furman, Jr.,
and Janie Earle Furman Award for Meritorious Teaching.
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Syllabus for Music 82 private lessons for Fall Term 2004
Hard copy available in my studio-Room 115 Daniel Music Bldg.
Syllabus for Music 43 (Vocal Literature) for Winter Term 2003
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Recital Program for September 28, 1999

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