Henry Alviani is Director of Choral and Vocal Music Studies and Assistant Professor of Music at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. He earned the BA in Music Education from Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles; the MM in Choral Conducting from California State University, Fullerton; and the DMA in Choral Music from Arizona State University. His conducting instructors include Paul Salamunovich, Howard Swan, and Douglas McEwen. He twice performed with Helmuth Rilling at the Oregon Bach Festival, once as a member of the Conductor's Master Class. He also worked extensively with John Cooksey at CSUF. After twelve years as a public junior and senior high school choral director in Southern California, he has directed choral ensembles of all kinds and has taught studio and class voice, choral conducting and methods, and music theory and history at the college level since 1993. Currently he also sings with the Pittsburgh Opera Chorus.
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