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Dr. Steven G. Young - organ

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Professor Emeritus of Music
Maxwell Library, Room 312F

BA, Barrington College
MMus, New England Conservatory
DMA, Boston University

Dr. Young, Director of Choral Activities, conducts all of the choral ensembles at BSU, having led performances of major works by Bach, Haydn, Mozart, Persichetti, Rheinberger, Rutter, Stravinsky, and others. Under Dr. Young's direction, the BSU Chamber Singers, a select a cappella choir, has toured throughout Europe and the U.S. as the university's singing ambassadors.Dr. Young's association with the university began in 1985, when he served as staff accompanist; he has since taught classes in music theory, music history, music appreciation, and piano. Dr. Young holds several degrees in organ performance; his teachers have included Carolyn Day Skelton, Yuko Hayashi, Max Miller, Russell Saunders, and John Ferguson. An active recitalist, Dr. Young has performed throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Recent performance venues have included the Methuen Memorial Music Hall in Methuen, MA; Trinity Church, Boston; St. Thomas Church, New York; and the Festival d'Orgue in Sens, France.

Area of Expertise

Director of Choral Activities
Music Theory
General studies