Joshua Druckenmiller

Joshua Druckenmiller is a tenor and musicologist continuing his graduate studies at Mason Gross School of the Arts, where he focuses on performance practices of 17th and 18th century opera.  He graduated summa cum laude from Susquehanna University with a BA in Music, where he sang roles in opera and musical theater productions, and also participated in art song recitals, a cappella groups, and choral ensembles. His credits include Rinuccio (Gianni Schicchi), Mercurio (La Calisto), Prunier (La Rondine), Ezekiel Cheever (The Crucible), Ferrando (Così fan tutte), and Lindoro (L’Italiana in Algeri).

Through his own vocal journey, Joshua has worked with voice specialists focusing on vocal disorders and rehabilitation and vocal pedagogy. An avid music educator, Joshua has taught voice lessons, coached lyric diction and the International Phonetic Alphabet, tutored in music theory, and is currently a part-time lecturer for Mason Gross School of the Art’s Arts Online division.