MB Krueger earned her bachelor’s degree in music education and voice at Michigan State University (1990), where she was a National Merit Scholar. She received her masters degree in music education with an emphasis in choral conducting from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio (1995). She began her career in Michigan as a high school and middle school choir director, and then went on to teach and direct choirs at Lansing Community College. Currently, MB is an associate professor of music and Director of Choral Activities at Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she directs the Chorale and Women’s Choir and teaches conducting and musical theatre. She has music directed over 50 shows, including Into the Woods(Metro), La Cage aux Folles (Riverwalk Theatre, Lansing, Michigan), Forever Plaid (Boarshead Theatre, Lansing, Michigan), and Man of LaMancha (Riverwalk and Metro). MB is the Women’s Choir Repertoire and Standards Chair of the Colorado Chapter of American Choral Directors Association and regularly presents sessions at the annual CoACDA Summer Workshop. MB is also active as a clinician for middle school, high school, and college choral festivals, and has presented voice workshops for amateur singers in theatre and church programs. She is a member of Colorado’s only fully professional chamber choir, St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, as well as St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Choir. MB has also sung professionally with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, the Santa Fe Opera, Ars Nova Singers, Diverse Passions Early Music Ensemble, and the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado.