Abby Hudson is a junior Music Education major with a Vocal emphasis at Carson-Newman University. She studied Music Education at Lee University her freshman year of college where she was a member of the Ladies of Lee and Choral Union. She transferred to Carson-Newman her sophomore
Year and is currently studying voice with Dr. Joshua Zink. At Carson-Newman, she is a member of the A Capella choir as well as BCM’s worship band, Seed Company. She has been doing music for 8 years and has a great deal of previous experience with choir; in addition, she also plays piano and guitar. Abby was a member of the All-East Choir all four years of high school, and was the ringer for All-East mixed choir her senior year of high school, as well as qualifying for All-State choir all three years.
She had the privilege of singing at Carnegie Hall with a mass choir in 2016 as a member of the Greeneville High School advanced chorus.
Abby worked at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center for 4 years teaching at their summer theatrical day camp, Camp NPAC Kids. This past summer, she assisted with teaching choir at Holston United Methodist Home for Children. She has been on multiple choir tours to many different countries including Ireland, Scotland, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Liechtenstein, and Italy.
Some of Abby’s hobbies include hiking and exploring outdoors, painting/crafting, learning lots of random instruments, hanging out at coffee shops, and spending time with my cat, Millie.
"I want to be able to love the face that is right in front of me and help them unlock a deep passion for music. I think the arts are such a gift from God and I want to help people discover a talent that they may not have
known they had. Music is a universal language that can break down many barriers. It offers us such a beautiful way to connect with others, and with that tool, we are able to love the person right in front of us.