Timothy Michael Powell

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Timothy Michael Powell is a conductor, composer, and educator – but not always in that order. He has been called “a skilled composer who understands the voice in all stages of development” by New York Concert reviews. His compositions eclectically span stylistic genres, and include multiple premieres at prestigious venues like Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. He is published by Hal Leonard, Gentry, Alliance, Zintzo, Musica Russica, MorningStar, and MusicSpoke. As a nationally recognized music educator, Timothy has taught at all levels of music education, including sacred children and youth choirs, public 6-12, collegiate, community, and adult sacred ensembles. Timothy was one of only 25 teachers named a Semi-finalist for the 2016 Grammy Music Educator Award, and won the American Prize in Choral Performance in 2012. He was a 1999 National Choristers Guild Scholar, and a 2002 Fulbright Scholar to Bulgaria. He is active as a festival clinician and adjudicator. His scholarly activities include research into emerging digital publishing and rehearsal platforms and the life and works of Dobri Hristov, the “Father of Bulgarian Choral Music.” Since 2016, he has authored the Sacred Music Choral Reviews column for the ACDA Choral Journal. Timothy holds a DMA in Conducting from the University of South Carolina and his Bachelors and Masters degrees with honors from Belmont University. He enjoys active memberships in ASCAP, Pi Kappa Lambda, NAfME, CCCO, and ACDA. www.TimothyMichaelPowell.com

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“Breathe on Me, Breath of God” SATB choir, piano, cello

“Laudate Dominum” SATB unaccompanied choir

“O Vos Omnes” SATB unaccompanied choir

“Shall I Lift Up My Eyes to the Hills” SATB choir, piano, optional instrument

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