Location: Virginia, USA
CJ Redden-Liotta is an active professional conductor, singer, and teacher in the Washington, DC area.
As a conductor, he is the Music Minister at Vienna Baptist (American Baptist) Church and Artistic Director of the chamber chorus Second Wind. Additionally, he has served as the Music Director of the Woodbridge Community Choir and as Music Director and Conductor for the Repertory Opera Theatre of Washington 2010-2011 Season.
As a singer, Mr. Redden-Liotta has performed with many ensembles, including the critically acclaimed University of North Texas Jazz Singers, the Woodley Ensemble, National Symphony Orchestra, and is a member of the Professional Core of the Washington Master Chorale. As soloist he has performed in several capacities, including the world premiere and recording of the Requiem by Paul Leavitt, and the East Coast premiere of Eternal Light: A Requiem by British composer Howard Goodall.
Additonally, he maintains both a private voice studio and is a teaching artist at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.
Mr. Redden-Liotta received a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of North Texas, and a Master of Music degree from George Mason University. He is currently pursuing his Doctoral studies at George Mason University as a student of Dr. Lisa Billingham.