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Oliver Lucero

Adjunct Professor of Voice
Music Program

Music Program

A native of Seattle, Washington, tenor Oliver R. Lucero has performed as soloist with the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra and has concertized throughout the German states of Sachsen-Anhalt, Thuringia, and Sachsen—including invitational performances for the summer of 2018 in Wust and Quedlinburg—as well as in Prague and throughout the United Kingdom.  In 2017 Dr. Lucero served as Assistant Stage Director for the Music in the Marché summer program in Mondavio, Italy. Recent leading operatic roles include The Turn of the ScrewDon PasqualeIl Barbiere di SivigliaGianni SchicchiCarmen, and a world-premiere version of Michael Remson’s The Last Leaf. A versatile performer, Dr. Lucero has also appeared with Ballet Lubbock and performed as soloist in Masses and Oratorios of Vivaldi, Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Brahms, Fauré, and Durúflé. Dr. Lucero holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in vocal performance from Texas Tech University, where he maintained an active voice studio. His recent research focuses on the free-rhythm style of Friedrich Klopstock, in collaboration with the Klopstock Society of Quedlinburg, Germany.

Last Updated: 07/08/2020