Nathan Krueger is a versatile baritone comfortable on both opera and concert stages. Most recently he participated in the chorus of the Florentine Opera’s production of Der fliegende Holländer and sang a recital of American Art Song in Appleton, WI.  This past summer Mr. Krueger directed opera scenes for Southeastern Wisconsin Performing Arts. In previous summers, he performed at the Vancouver International Song Institute and at SongFest in Los Angeles, where he was the NATS Fellowship recipient. In 2009, he toured Indonesia as a member of the Swara Sonora Trio, performing the world premiere of Ananda Sukarlan’s song cycle, Love & Variations. He has also sung with the Lyric Opera of Chicago Chorus, Arizona Opera, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, and numerous opera companies, choruses, and chamber ensembles in the Midwest and Southwest. He can be heard on recordings by the Santa Fe Desert Chorale (Clarion) and the Floretnine Opera world premiere, Grammy Award-winning recording of Robert’s Aldridge’s Elmer Gantry (Naxos).  Mr. Krueger is Assistant Professor of Music and Coordinator of the Voice Area at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where he is also an alum. He also holds degrees from University of New Mexico (MM) and the University of Arizona (DMA).