Stephen Black | conductor


Dr. Stephen Black enjoys an active career as a choral conductor, and has conducted numerous choirs in New York and Los Angeles. He is currently the conductor of Amuse, a select women’s chamber choir in New York City which sings repertoire from all periods. Dr. Black previously was the Artistic Director of the Central City Chorus. Over five seasons audiences heard him lead the ensemble in music from the standard choral canon such as the Brahms Requiem and the music of Bach, as well as more eclectic repertoire such as the Requiem of Frederick Delius and the New York City premiere of Carol Barnett’s The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass.  More >

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Stephen Black (above) conducting the USC Thornton School of Music Recital Choir in Salmo 139 by Miguel Chuaqui. More >

Claude Debussy Danse Sacrée; Stephen Black, conductor; Alison Bjorkedal, harp; University of Southern California. More >


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