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Holly Druckman


Boston-based conductor Holly Druckman is in demand as a smart, sensitive performer of early and contemporary music, and is quickly gaining recognition as a champion of unjustly overlooked repertoire. In addition to Cappella Clausura, she is the director of the ensembles Carduus, Vox Lucens, Opera51 (Choirmaster) and Nightsong (Co-Director of Beneficia Lucis). Ms. Druckman has also appeared as a guest conductor for the Seraphim Singers, the New England Conservatory, the Commonwealth Chorale, and Odyssey Opera (Choirmaster and Assistant Conductor). In her capacity as an advocate of new music, she has premiered, performed, and recorded music by composers Stratis Minakakis, Ty Bouque, Derek David, Linda Chase, Max Grafe, Jacob Druckman, Tonia Ko, Donnacha Dennehy, and others. Ms. Druckman is a graduate of the New England Conservatory, where she was the 2018 recipient of the Gunther Schuller Prize. More information about Ms. Druckman may be found at



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