Jeremiah Selvey

Conductor, Teacher, Clinician, Singer, Composer, Researcher, Health & Wellness Consultant


Jul
18
7:00 pm19:00

New Choral Music Reading Session

  • Seattle, WA

Literature selected from the Call for Scores for various voicings and socially conscious thematic textual material. Presented by Jeremiah Selvey and Wendy Moy, Co-Artistic Directors of Chorosynthesis Singers.

Bach to the Future: Parts I, II, & III
May
8
7:30 pm19:30

Bach to the Future: Parts I, II, & III

  • Harkness Chapel

Connecticut College Choirs
Camel Heard & Chorale
Jeremiah Selvey, conductor

Repertoire includes music by J.S. Bach (Part I) and composers he influenced in the common practice (Part II) and modern/contemporary (Part III) periods. Join us for a ride on the "Dorian" mode (as well as other modes) of transportation, accompanied by a chamber orchestra.

 

Bare Naked Voices: All Accappella, All the Time
Apr
30
7:30 pm19:30

Bare Naked Voices: All Accappella, All the Time

  • Evans Hall (Cummings Arts Center)

Connecticut College Choirs
Camel Heard & Chorale
Jeremiah Selvey, conductor

Music from various a cappella traditions--glee, "a cappella," and traditional choral music--will be featured on this concert. Every sound you hear at this concert will be voices only! BARE NAKED VOICES. NO INSTRUMENTS ALLOWED.

Circuits Exhibition of a World Premiere Recording
Apr
14
6:00 pm18:00

Circuits Exhibition of a World Premiere Recording

  • Marquee Gallery

Many pieces exploring the intersection of body and technology, including...

A.I.: All-Inclusive, Orga vs. Mecha (Audio Recording 2017)
Jeremiah Selvey, conductor
Chorosynthesis Singers, performing ensemble
Wendy Moy, co-artistic director
Jerome Kurtenbach, composer & lyricist

Feb
5
Mar 31

Call for Scores Release

Jeremiah Selvey, Wendy Moy, and Chorosynthesis will release the latest Call for Scores for specified voices and socially conscious thematic material appropriate to various ages. This repertoire will be used as a foundation for the summer choral music reading session(s).

View www.chorosynthesis.org/call-for-submissions for more details.

Jan
14
7:30 pm19:30

"Empowering Silenced Voices 2.0" Washington Tour

  • Seattle Pacific University

A concert of new choral works on issues of social consciousness, premiered by Co-Artistic Directors Jeremiah Selvey and Wendy Moy and Chorosynthesis Singers.

Visit www.chorosynthesis.org/events for more details.

Jan
13
7:30 pm19:30

"Empowering Silenced Voices 2.0" Washington Tour

  • Mid-Columbia Mastersingers

A concert of new choral works on issues of social consciousness, premiered by Co-Artistic Directors Jeremiah Selvey and Wendy Moy and Chorosynthesis Singers.

Visit www.chorosynthesis.org/events for more details.

 

 

New Choral Music Reading Session
Oct
2
1:00 pm13:00

New Choral Music Reading Session

  • University of Washington School of Music

Chorosynthesis shares samples of high-quality, new compositions by emerging composers on issues of social justice. The participants serve as the lab choir, provide feedback shared with composers, and in some cases, interact with the actual composer in real time.

To register, visit www.chorosynthesis.org/reading-session-signup.

 

Jul
19
7:00 pm19:00

New Choral Music Reading Session

  • Seattle Pacific University Choir Room

Chorosynthesis shares samples of high-quality, new compositions by emerging composers on issues of social justice. The participants serve as the lab choir, provide feedback shared with composers, and in some cases, interact with the actual composer in real time.

To register, visit www.chorosynthesis.org/reading-session-signup.

Soul Singing
May
5
7:30 pm19:30

Soul Singing

  • Southern Illinois University-Carbondale

The Southern Illinois University-Carbondale Choral Union will perform, under the direction of Jeremiah Selvey and Susan Davenport, a concert featuring African-American spirituals and gospel music composed and arranged by Black musicians for a concertized choral setting. This concert will trace these musics from the turn of the 20th century through the turn of the 21st century.

Dona Nobis Pacem
Dec
2
7:30 pm19:30

Dona Nobis Pacem

  • SIUC Shryock Auditorium

The SIU Choral Union, Concert Choir, and Symphony join forces on Tuesday, December 4, 2014 in a concert centered on peace. Jeremiah Selvey conducts Gerald Finzi's masterwork In Terra Pax, featuring the orchestra, choirs, and faculty soloists David Dillard and Arlene Transue. Additionally, Jeremiah conducts the same forces in excerpts from Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace, featuring SIU School of Music graduate students soloists Michelle Ford, Brittney Leimkuehler, Joseph Ryker and Kevin Smith, as well as undergraduate flutist Arthur Scoleri.

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