Jeremiah Selvey, a recent semi-finalist for The American Prize in the conducting division (professional choruses), grew up as a musician in Spain and the United States, and his career has followed an international path with performances throughout North America, New Zealand, Australia, and Europe.
Selvey currently serves as Visiting Director of Choral Activities at Connecticut College, conducts Chorosynthesis Singers, and actively pursues a singing career.
He is a frequent choral clinician, guest conductor, and he regularly teaches voice master classes. Jeremiah’s compositions have been performed on four continents, and his research on choral expressivity and being a singing entrepreneur has been presented in Asia, Europe, and throughout the United States, including at the National Inservice Conference of the National Association for Music Education and the International Gay and Lesbian Choruses Festival.
He is most recently published by The Choral Scholar and the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education.
Jeremiah holds a Bachelor of Music in Sacred Music, Voice Performance from Moody Bible Institute, a Master of Music in Choral Conducting from Emory University, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting from the University of Washington.
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