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Nance, Richard (conductor)
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Richard Nance (conductor)

Richard Nance is Director of Choral Activities and conductor of the Choir of the West and Choral Union at Pacific Lutheran University. Nance’s choirs have been regularly selected to perform at regional and national conferences of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) and the National Association for Music Education. Nance’s choirs have toured Europe on several occasions and have won top awards at prestigious competitions. His choirs have regularly given premiere performances of important new works by renowned composers as well as many young, rising composers.

Dr Nance has published choral works with Walton Music, Hinshaw Music and Colla Voce Music. In 2002, Nance was selected to write the prestigious Raymond Brock Memorial Composition for the American Choral Directors Association.

Richard Nance has been recognized for his work as conductor and scholar, having received the 2011 and 2013 American Prize for Choral Conducting, the Outstanding Conductor award at the 2014 Florence International Choir Festival, and the 2013-2014 KT Tang Faculty Excellence Award for Research from Pacific Lutheran University. He has twice been granted Regency Advancement Awards at PLU. In July of 2010 Dr Nance received the Washington State Leadership Award from the American Choral Directors Association, and in 2016 he received the ACDA Northwestern Division Leadership and Service Award.


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