In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument
Robert Taylor is the director of choral activities at the College of Charleston, director of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and the founding artistic director of the Taylor Festival Choir. Taylor's ensembles have performed throughout the United States and Europe, and have been featured in numerous festivals and special concerts, including 2004 ACDA Southern Division Convention in Nashville, the 2005 ACDA National Convention in Los Angeles, American Guild of Organists regional conventions, and annual appearances in Charleston's Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals. Taylor holds a D.M.A. in choral conducting from Louisiana State University, a M.M. in vocal performance from Sam Houston State University, and a B.M.E. from the University of Central Arkansas. He has studied conducting with Kenneth Fulton, B. R. Henson, John Erwin, and his late father, Bob Taylor.
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Review: In our contemporary, frenetic society, the innate spirituality of our common existence is all-too-often overlooked. This is Thy Hour, O Soulfocuses on that spirituality with modern musical settings of texts both contemporary and ancient, Western and Eastern, sacred and secular, theological and philosophical. Called by critic Lindsay Koob a "rising star in the national choral scene," Taylor's choirs have been described as sounding "more musical than would seem possible," (Charleston Post and Courier) and have received numerous plaudits from critics and choral specialists for their technical proficiency, musicalty and beautiful sound production.
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