Choral Music

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María Guinand - Beginning of Her Professional Career
... University between 1973 and 1976 where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music, there she focused in History and composition as well as Orchestral and Choral ... to Venezuela and started an intense activity becoming a teacher for Music Theory and Solfeggio at the “José Lorenzo Llamozas” School of Music as well as Sub-Director ... Schola Cantorum de Caracas”, a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to the promotion of Choral Music in Venezuela, founded the “Cantoría ...
Larry Nickel
... Larry Nickel (born March 12, 1952) is a Canadian composer, conductor, music publisher and singer who devotes much of his focus to choral music ... He is an associate composer of the Canadian Music Centre ... and has composed for a wide spectrum of genres electronic and computer music, string quartet, woodwind and brass quintet, Symphony Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Ensemble and choral ensembles ...
Lawrence Kaptein
... Lawrence Kaptein is an American choral conductor and music educator ... From 1985-2011 he was a member of the Faculty of the College of Music at the University of Colorado at Boulder ... his tenure at CU he held the post of Associate Director of Choral Activities (1985-1992), Director of Choral Activities (1992-2008), and Director of Choral Studies (2008-2011) ...
Stephen Leek - Choral Work and Composition
... he worked extensively in theatre, dance, education and community music across Australia and undertook numerous residencies in schools, universities, community groups, orchestras, choirs and theatre ... Some of his residencies have included the National Music Camp (2 years) St Peters Lutheran College (4 x 3 months), Sydney Grammar School, Sydney Youth Orchestra, the ... and experimental ensemble vOiCeArT who became quite well known in Australia for their choral and musical improvisational performance events in concert halls, theatres ...

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