Allison Whetsel Ward

Adjunct Faculty in Voice
Ed Landreth Hall 130 | 817-257-4956


BM- Texas Christian University
MM- Texas Christian University

Allison Whetsel Ward currently serves on the voice faculty of Texas Christian University teaching Private Voice and Class Voice. She previously served on the voice faculty of Texas Wesleyan University where she taught Applied Voice, Vocal Methods for Instrumental Majors, Lyric Diction, and Women’s Chorus.  Mrs. Ward holds the Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and the Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from Texas Christian University. While attending TCU, she studied with J. David Brock, Dr. Sheila Allen, and Ronald Shirey.

Mrs. Ward enjoys a diversified career of teaching, conducting, and performance.  She has engaged audiences as a soloist in major works such as Haydn’s The Creation, Orff’s Carmina Burana, Poulenc’s Gloria, Brahms’ A German Requiem, and Handel’s Messiah.  She has performed with choral ensembles such as the Fort Worth Baroque Society, Voices of Ft. Worth, and was a member of the Fort Worth Opera Chorus.  Mrs. Ward is frequently featured as a soloist at professional conferences and festivals.  Some of her recent engagements include performances with the Southwest Regional Convention of the American Guild of Organists, PianoTexas International Academy & Festival, and The Mimir Chamber Music Festival.  Currently, Mrs. Ward is the voice of the vocal and piano duo My Evenin’ Star!, performing cabaret songs of the 1890’s and 1900’s with pianist Dr. John Fisher.   Along with her role as a performer, Mrs. Ward is an active choral clinician and adjudicator in the metroplex.  She has proudly served as Music Director at City Point United Methodist Church in Richland Hills, TX and Ridglea United Methodist Church in Ft. Worth, TX.  Mrs. Ward is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Texas Music Educators Association, Phi Kappa Lambda National Honor Society of Musicians, and Mu Phi Epsilon.