Dr. Suna Gunther is Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Muisic. She previously served as Coordinator of Voice at the College of Saint Rose and taught Musical Theatre at the University of North Dakota, Voice at Berea College, Music Theory at Indiana University, and was a vocal coach and pianist at the University of Kentucky. She is a fourteen year member of the Grant Park Chorus of Chicago and was assistant music director and soprano soloist for Trio Chicago and Friends for ten years, with whom she traveled the world on behalf of the U.S. State Department as a "cultural ambassador". Concert tours included Thailand, Indonesia, Cambodia, Turkey, Singapore, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Palau, The Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Chile, and Peru. Recent performances have included the roles of Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte) and Flora (La Traviata), as well as solo concert appearances at the Sembrich Opera Museum, Schenectady Symphony, Mackinac City Arts Council, One Quiet Plunge new music ensemble, and Saint Rose Camerata. She looks forward to upcoming performances with the UNL Jazz Orchestra and Faculty Jazz Ensemble, as well as the role of the Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors and the soprano solos of Handel's Messiah with the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra this winter. Dr. Gunther holds degrees in Vocal Performance and Instrumental Music Education from Northwestern University and Voice and Opera from Indiana University in Bloomington.