Sue T. Klausmeyer
Sue T. Klausmeyer (Lecturer) received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in conducting from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. She earned a Master of Music degree in conducting from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, and a Master of Arts in Teaching Music from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In addition to conducting the UNC Women’s Glee Club, Dr. Klausmeyer conducts the 130-member VOICES (additional information available at: http://www.voiceschapelhill.org); Cantari, a 24-voice select adult ensemble; the VOICES Summer Chorus; and the Carolina International Chorale, a summer touring ensemble.Dr. Klausmeyer has many years of experience conducting in church music programs. She has held positions at Duke University Chapel, the Duke Divinity School, Worthington Presbyterian Church and Binkley Baptist Church.
She has served on the faculty of Capital University in Columbus, OH, where she conducted the Chapel Choir, the Capital University Choral Union, and taught advanced conducting. At the University of Cincinnati she conducted the University Women’s Chorus and a vocal jazz ensemble called the Cabaret Singers.
Dr. Klausmeyer has performed on numerous occasions with the Robert Shaw Festival Singers in Carniegie Hall performances of choral masterworks. She has performed solo vocal recitals in the Netherlands and the United States and has appeared as a soloist in the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC.
In 1997 she received a grant from the University of Cincinnati to study choral manuscripts by Ralph Vaughan Williams in England and subsequently presented a lecture and concert performance of Dona Nobis Pacem by the composer. For further information about Sue Klausmeyer and her programs, please refer to her personal web site at the following web address: http://www.sueklausmeyer.com.
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