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is a singer, writer and artistic director primarily known for

her online videos & live performances. With over 50 million

views on YouTube, and over 115,000 monthly Spotify listeners,

she releases music videos; from original content, to popular musical theatre

and Disney covers. Evynne is the co-owner and Artistic Director of One Voice

Productions, a digital media company that creates entertainment and educational content. 


After 4 years performing at sea with Royal Caribbean Productions, she co-created and is

featured onscreen in Voices, a virtual & live a cappella show, currently running on the largest theatrical

venue at sea, RCCL’s Wonder of the Seas


In the 2017 Holiday season, Evynne made her Broadway debut as a featured performer alongside her husband,

digital creator and educator, Peter Hollens, in Home for the Holidays, a LIVE Christmas concert at The August Wilson Theatre. 


In 2001 Hollens co-founded Divisi, the University of Oregon’s award-winning female identifying a cappella group,

featured in the best-selling book & inspiration for the film Pitch Perfect. She won a Contemporary A Cappella

Recording Award for “Best Arrangement” of Divisi’s popular cover of Usher’s “YEAH!” which was featured

on the Season 2 Finale episode of Glee.


A proud member of Actors’ Equity and native of the Pacific Northwest, Evynne currently resides in

Eugene, Oregon with her husband and two children. She can be found on many stages, from

The Hult Center with the Eugene Symphony, to Oregon Contemporary Theatre and regularly 

at The Shedd Institute for the Arts where she has created The Contemporary Songbook

Project, a musical revue-style concert series celebrating the best of the new generation

of songwriters working in the world of post-modern musical theatre.  


A proud member of Actors' Equity, Evynne is currently writing a bilingual

musical entitled Mija, inspired by a miraculous true story, with Portland

based singer-songwriter Anna Gilbert, Latin-Grammy winning artist 

Gaby Moreno and Seattle playwright Rebecca Tourino Collinsworth.


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