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WELCOME

Seeking a guest conductor for your honors choir, a career music educator for your professional development conference, a guest lecturer for your conducting class, or an experienced adjudicator/clinician for your assessment/festival/touring choir?  I would be honored to serve in any of those roles.

 

I specialize in:

  • offering challenging, educational, and enjoyable repertoire for All-State, All-Region, All-District, All-County, and All-City honors choirs, 

  • providing informative professional development sessions on a variety of choral music-related topics,

  • presenting lecture demonstrations on the elements of expressive, artistic choral conducting, and

  • leading choral clinics designed to help you take your choir to the next level in artistic, expressive performance.

Drop me an email or give me a call and let's talk about how I might be able to help.

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Quote of the month (January 2023):

"I frequently find after a rehearsal of a performance that I have more breath, and can walk better and climb stairs better than I could before. It's as if I've expanded my lungs doing it. Basically speaking, conducting is quite a healthy profession."

 - Jeffrey Tate

John Saw Duh Numbuh - Traditional, Arr. Parker/ShawVox Harmonia
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