High School Choral Clinic with guest artist, Dr. Ken Davis
Event Date: May 2, 2014
Posted: April 4, 2014
Location: Oklahoma, USA
Dr. Kenneth Davis - High School Choral Clinic
Northeastern State University - Tahlequah, OK
Center for the Performing Arts
Friday, May 2nd
9:00 a.m. Registration
2:30 p.m. Final Performance
High School Choral Clinic
• Prepare a selection with your choir
• Allow Dr. Davis to work with you & your choir on that selection
• Listen & learn as he works with other choirs
• Have lunch in the NSU University Center
• The day culminates in an afternoon performance exchange between visiting choirs to apply the knowledge learned
• Each choir will receive a certificate of participation. Directors will be sent an audio recording of the final performance.
The deadline for registration is fast approaching. Join us!
Saturday, May 3rd – 7:00 p.m.
University Singers Concert
conducted by Dr. Davis
Whether he is holding a paintbrush or baton, Ken Davis is committed to actively producing images and sounds of extraordinary meaning and beauty. Deeply passionate about a life in the arts, he holds degrees in education, music, theology and the liberal arts. Davis completed a doctorate in conducting at the prestigious Eastman School of Music and worked for over 25 years as a college choral conductor. He has studied with Don Neuen, Roger Wagner, Alfred Mann and has sung with Robert Shaw in Atlanta, France and New York. His ensembles have toured Europe many times and have performed in Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, on The Today Show and Good Morning America, as well as, at Regional and National Conventions of the American Choral Directors Association. His faculty appointments include Western Kentucky University, Texas Tech University and St. Johns College. His life changed forever when he took a course in Plein Air painting in 2001. What began as a hobby, became a passion and is now an obsession. Since that time he has pursued serious study with Albert Handell, Matt Smith, Richard McKinley and Kevin Macpherson. He recently made the decision to undertake painting full time and now spends the majority of his time painting in the field or working in the studio. He remains active as a guest conductor and workshop clinician, and is thrilled to conduct the professional Dallas-based choir, The Ken Davis Chorale.