I had the honor of being assistant conductor for the world premiere of the SATB version of Tyler's Suite at Lincoln Center. Thank you to Dr. Tim Seelig for the opportunity to assist in this important work!
I'm honored to place 3rd in the American Prize for conducting (professional chorus division). Thanks to all of my conducting teachers: David Anderson, Eric Hanson, Geoffrey Boers, and Giselle Wyers Rice who have mentored me on this journey. Thanks also to Ronald Haight and Gerry Marsh for opening up their ensembles to me time and again so I could grow as an artist-teacher. It has been a wild ride and I'm grateful for such wonderful support!
I am excited to announce that I have been selected to be an ACDA International Conducting Fellow to Brazil. I will be heading to Joao Pessoa where I will conduct the Federal University of Paraiba choirs and lead a workshop at the Festival Paraibano de coros. I will then journey to Botucatu to work with the choirs at Saint Marcelina College. I am looking forward to learning more about the music of these areas!
A concert of choral premieres championing humanitarian causes.
Wendy Moy & Jeremiah Selvey, Co-Artistic Directors
Works by Jose Luis Gómez Aleixandre, Alexander Campkin, Rebekah Driscoll, Lansing McLoskey, Eric Pazdziora, Kala Pierson, Andrew Rodriguez, Steven Serpa, Thomas Schuttenhelm, Keane Southard, & Karen P. Thomas.
For a full program listing visit: http://chorosynthesis.org/empowering-silenced-voices/
Tickets: $20 General / $7 Students & Seniors
The Chamber Choir and Camel Heard, under the direction of Assistant Professor Wendy Moy, will present selections from Byrd's "Mass for Four Voices" and the music of Johann S. Bach, Johannes Brahms, Beatles, Eric William Barnum, and beyond.
Sunday, April 26 4:00 pm
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320
Tickets are $5 for general admission, $3 for students and seniors, and free to Connecticut College students, staff and faculty.
The inaugural Connecticut College Collaborative Choral Festival will be held Thursday, May 7, 2015 with our headliner clinician, Dr. Peter Bagley, University of Connecticut Emeritus, Andrew Howell, and Frank Martignetti. The purposes of this festival are to foster music making and artistry at a high level within a supportive environment and to bring our community together in song.
Participation in this festival will include the following:
• an on-stage clinic,
• an off-stage clinic and written feedback,
• the opportunity to perform in the Festival Chorus, and
• social and networking activities for both directors and students.
All of these activities are included for $125 per choir. Scholarships are available for choral programs that need assistance. Registration is due April 1. Click the following link for the form: http://goo.gl/forms/b84hCHXcMr.
For more information on the day contact Wendy Moy at email@example.com or (860) 439-2724.
Sponsored in part by the Holleran Center for Community Action and Public Policy
Join the Connecticut College Orchestra for an evening of music by Handel and Mozart on Thursday, December 4 at 7:00 pm in Evans Hall on the campus of Connecticut College. We will be performing Handel's Music for Royal Fireworks, Handel's Overture and Pifa from Messiah, and Mozart's Symphony No. 31 "Paris."