Holly Eberhardt Voice & Piano Faculty

Holly Campbell Eberhardt is the K-5 Vocal Music Educator at Minne Lusa Elementary and Rose Hill Elementary for the Omaha Public Schools (OPS), a position she’s held for 10 years. Before teaching in OPS, Holly was a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Department of Bands at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the 5-8 Band/Vocal Music Educator in the Galva-Holstein (Iowa) Community School District.

While working for OPS, Holly has participated in curriculum writing for the music department, served as a co-chairperson for the sixth grade All City Chorus for two years, and served as the chairperson and conductor for the North Area Concert. She has written elementary music curriculum at the state level.

Holly and her twin sister, Carmen Campbell, have been singing together since preschool. Holly is a clarinetist and has performed with ensembles in the Omaha and Sioux City area. She has maintained a private clarinet studio since 1999. She has experience teaching recorder, voice, and music theory. Music is a huge part of Holly’s life, and she loves to share her passion of music with her students and others. She is excited to join Sing Omaha’s Women’s Choir and the teaching staff!

Holly earned her Bachelor (2003) and Master (2007) of Music degrees, education emphasis, from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Holly is a National Board Certified music educator (2015) with an early and middle childhood emphasis. She is the president of the Plains States Kodály Organization and served on the board of the Great Plains Orff Chapter for eight years. Holly is certified in both Orff and Kodály teaching methodologies.

She is excited to join the Sing Omaha Studios faculty as a piano/voice instructor.

In her free time, Holly likes to spend time with her husband, Chad, her family, and her friends; which now include her fellow singers in the Sing Omaha Women’s Choir.