Timothy J. Krueger studied Musicology at Wheaton College Conservatory, the University of Colorado Boulder, the University of Hamburg (Germany), and Royal Holloway College of the University of London, where his doctoral thesis topic was the Anglican Services of Sir Charles V. Stanford. Returning to Colorado, he founded St. Martin's Chamber Choir, which has gone on to become Denver's only fully professional choral ensemble. He is choirmaster of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Denver, is on the music faculty of Metropolitan State College of Denver, and is chorus master for the Colorado Music Festival in Boulder. He has worked professionally with such ensembles as the Santa Fe Opera, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Chicago A Cappella, the Vox Early Music Ensemble of Ann Arbor, Michigan, the choirs of the Episcopal cathedrals in Detroit and Denver, and the Ars Nova Singers, of Boulder.
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