Podcast Episode 18 - Choral Series #1: Dr. Jo-Michael Scheibe

Updated: Jul 28, 2020

The IIMS podcast brings you the latest ideas in music from all over the world.

The Irish Institute of Music & Song (IIMS) podcast hosts conversations with performers, academics and educators from all over the world. The podcast is curated by Dónal Kearney in Dublin, Ireland.

In our IIMS Choral Series, we reach out to conductors and choral experts across the world to discuss repertoire, conducting and singing technique.

In episode 18, we welcome Californian conductor Dr. Jo-Michael Scheibe for the first interview in the Choral Series on this podcast.

Dr Jo-Michael Scheibe is Chair of USC Thornton School of Music Department of Choral and Sacred Music and recently served at the Western Division of the American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA). He is former vice president of International Affairs at the ACDA.

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This episode includes three pieces of music, all conducted by Doc Scheibe and performed by USC Thornton Chamber Singers. The opening and closing piece is "Ezekiel", arr. Stacey Gibbs. This is followed by "True Colours", arranged by Saunder Choi. The third piece is "All of Us" from Considering Matthew Shepherd by Craig Hella.

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