ALAN TROY DAVIS is a conductor, composer, tenor, and music educator. Alan has conducted middle and high school, community youth, collegiate, and church choirs.
Alan is currently Director of Music at St. Philip Lutheran Church, in Littleton CO, and choral music educator in the Denver area.
As an active composer, Alan's compositions and arrangements have received performances across the United States and abroad. As a Tenor, Alan has sung in collegiate, church, and professional choirs; including performing in the Festival Chorus at the 2013 ACDA National Conference in Dallas TX and The Choral Pickup in Seattle WA. As a music educator, Alan has taught grades 5-12 in both public and private school settings.
In June 2015 Alan graduated from Portland State University, where he earned a Master in Education degree (secondary choral). In 2013 he graduated from Pacific Lutheran University, in Tacoma, Washington, where he earned a Bachelor of Musical Arts degree - with studies in choral music education.
While at PLU, Alan studied choral conducting with Dr. Richard Nance and Dr. Brian Galante. In addition, he studied choral pedagogy, choral literature, and vocal pedagogy with Brian Galante; Composition with Dr. Greg Youtz; and Voice with Barry Johnson.
Further choral conducting studies have included masterclasses and workshops with: Dr. Jo-Michael Sheibe, Dr. André Thomas, Rodney Eichenberger, Dr. Joe Miller, and Peter Phillips (Tallis Scholars Summer Institute).