B.A., Music and French, Yale College
M.M., Choral Conducting, University of Michigan
D.M.A., Choral Conducting, University of Texas at Austin
Edward Lundergan has been a member of the faculty of SUNY-New Paltz since 1993. He directs the Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, and College-Community Chorale, has also conducted the College/Youth Symphony, and has taught music history, conducting, music theory and applied voice. He specializes in twentieth-century choral music, particularly the music of Ives and Britten. His doctoral treatise on the Britten War Requiem received the Julius Herford Award as the outstanding dissertation in the field of choral music for the year 1991. Dr. Lundergan directs Kairos: A Consort of Singers, a 12-voice a cappella ensemble (www.kairosconsort.org) and conducts productions of the Gilbert and Sullivan Musical Theatre Company (www.gsmtc.org). He is a frequent contributor to the Choral Journal.