Timothy Michael Powell

Timothy Michael Powell has been lauded as “a skilled composer who understands the voice in all stages of development.” His compositions include numerous works, notably his Wedding Mass, premiered at Carnegie Hall in 2007 and the American Prize semifinalist Incarnatio Mysteria, which was premiered at Lincoln Center in 2011. His most recent major work, a collaboration with lyricist Charles Anthony Silvestri entitled St. George and the Dragon, received stellar reviews following its April 2014 world premiere at Lincoln Center. In addition to his work as a composer, Dr. Powell is a frequent guest conductor and clinician, and is Director of Choral Activities at the prestigious John S. Davidson Fine Arts School in Augusta, GA. At Davidson, he directs a vibrant 6–12 choral program highlighted by the Davidson Chorale, winner of the 2012 American Prize in Choral Performance. His choirs have performed by peer-reviewed invitation at conventions of NAfME and ACDA as well as at prestigious venues all around the world. He holds a DMA in Conducting from the University of South Carolina and his Bachelors and Masters degrees with honors from Belmont University. He was the 1999 National Choristers Guild Scholar, a 2002 Fulbright Scholar to Bulgaria, and holds active memberships in Pi Kappa Lambda, the Fellowship of United Methodists in Music and Worship Arts, the National Association for Music Education, and the American Choral Directors Association. Dr. Powell lives on the South Carolina/Georgia border with his wife Jennifer and their three children.

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