Log In | Sign Up
Arts Chorale Home

Arts Chorale

Conductors


2018-2019


Adrianna Tam, Conductor

Conductor

Jabarie Glass

Jabarie Glass is a doctoral student in conducting in the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, studying under the mentorship of Dr. Eugene Rogers. Glass is currently the conductor of the University of Michigan Arts Chorale and has previously served as assistant conductor of the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club, co-conductor of Orpheus Singers, guest conductor of University Choir, and conductor of the Michigan Youth Ensembles Chamber Singers.

Glass is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, holding the BME in choral music education, and the Florida State University College of Music, holding the MME in choral music education. During his undergraduate studies, he was named the University of Mississippi Department of Music's Undergraduate Choral Music Education Student of the Year and was inducted into the University of Mississippi's Student Hall of Fame, a university-wide honor bestowed upon only ten seniors each year on the basis of leadership, scholarship, service, and potential for success after graduation.

Prior to attending U-M, Glass conducted choral ensembles at the high school and middle school levels in Mississippi for nine years. Ensembles under his direction have received numerous honors and awards, including performances at both the American Choral Directors Association Southern Division Conference (2014) and the Mississippi-ACDA State Conference (2011). He served the latter organization most recently as the Repertoire & Resource Chair for Male Choirs and previously as the R&R Chair for Ethnic and Multicultural Perspectives. He is a member of the American Choral Directors Association, Chorus America, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.

Suzanna Mathews, Assistant Conductor

Assistant Conductor

Eric D. Reyes

As a pianist, vocalist, and conductor, Eric D. Reyes seeks to make music that conveys beauty, inspires hope, and brings about unity. A Southern California native, Eric was one of eight finalists in the U.S. selected to participate in the Undergraduate Conducting Masterclass at the 2017 American Choral Directors Association National Conference. Eric has served as an assistant conductor for multiple ensembles including the Southern California Children's Chorus and the Moody Chorale. Having recently graduated, Eric holds a BMus in piano performance from Moody Bible Institute and is currently pursuing a master?s degree in choral conducting at the University of Michigan under the training of Dr. Eugene Rogers. Eric is very excited to join the vibrant community of CCD this season! S.D.G.