Whitney Bollinger serves as Choreographer at Coppell High School.  She has served as the choreographer for nearly a decade.  A graduate of the University of North Texas, Whitney is in demand as a choreographer and performer in various musical theatre productions throughout the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex.   In addition to working with the choirs, she serves as the choreographer for the CHS Musical and CHS Theatre productions.  In addition, she thoroughly enjoys teaching pre-school in Denton.

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Carol Mulvey serves on the Voice Faculty at Coppell High School.  A magna cum laude graduate of the University of North Texas School of Music, Carol sang with the internationally acclaimed A Cappella Choir under the direction of Frank McKinley.  She was the Middle School/Upper School Choir Director at Greenhill School for 25 years.  During the early part of her career, she spent two summer seasons performing with the Dallas Summer Musicals in My Fair Lady, Brigadoon, and touring with Donald O’Connor and Eve Arden in Little Me.  Carol was a soloist with the Dallas Civic Chorus under the direction of Dr. Lloyd Pfautsch.  She has also sung as a soloist with the Irving Chorale having toured England, Scotland, Wales, Austria, and Italy.  She served for 22 years as the choir director at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Irving, and is currently the choir director at Church of the Holy Communion, Dallas.  Carol has served as president of The Irving Chorale and Choral Chair of Texas Private School Music Educators Association.  Her professional affiliations have included TMEA, TCDA, TPSMEA, and NATS.

In her spare time she enjoys playing with her precious granddaughters and spending weekends with her husband on their ranch in Bonham, Texas.  Contant Mrs. Mulvey by email at voice@coppellchoir.com.

Lauren Fisher is proud of her 10 years of public school teaching experience and most recently served as Head Choir Director at Colleyville Heritage High School in Colleyville, TX. Her choirs won accolades in UIL competition, community performances, in Paris, France, New York City, and at the Texas State Capitol. Lauren’s choral and private students excel artistically, are teaching music all over the country and have earned acceptance and scholarships in music programs at UNT, LSU, Furman University, Oberlin Conservatory, the University of Houston, University of Georgia, and many others. Lauren holds a Master’s Degree in Choral Conducting from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Music degree with a double major in Voice Performance and Music Education from Oberlin Conservatory of Music. While her specialty is building young voices, Lauren enjoys and has experience teaching piano and music theory to beginning musicians of all ages. 

Lauren has sung professionally most recently with the Fort Worth Opera Chorus.  Other engagements include Atlanta Opera Chorus, Capitol City Opera, numerous choral and solo engagements in the DFW area, and is currently a member of Schola Cantorum of Texas, a fabulous community choir based in Fort Worth. She is married and is a full-time parent to her little boys, Andrew (4) and Collin (15 months). Contact Mrs. Fisher by email at voice@coppellchoir.com.