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Mark is frequently asked to be a guest speaker at concerts, universities, and faith communities. He currently serves on the faculty of the Hartt School of Music Community Division as Director of Primi Voci from the Connecticut Children’s Chorus. Mark has also served on the faculty of the University of Connecticut and Central Connecticut State University as well as in public schools. While at UConn, he conducted the Concert Choir, Collegium Musicum and the Women’s Chorus.
He has prepared choruses and served as guest conductor for many orchestras including the National Symphony of China, Hartford Symphony Orchestra, New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Liberty Symphony Orchestra, Arcadiana Symphony Orchestra, Yale Symphony Orchestra and the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra. Currently, Mark serves as the Artistic Director of Voce and Director of Music at Immanuel Congregational Church,and served as Chorus Director for the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra for 18 years.
Mark holds an undergraduate degree in cello performance and church music from William Jewell College and a Master of Music degree in choral conducting from the University of Connecticut. He has pursued additional conducting studies at the Robert Shaw Festival, the Dennis Keene Choral Festival and the Conductor’s Institute of South Carolina. His principal conducting teachers include Peter Bagley, Charles Bruffy, and Phillip C. Posey.
Mark made his New York City debut with Voce and Paul Mealor, performing at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in May 2017. Mark also prepared the Connecticut Children’s Chorus to perform at the Berkshire Choral Festival International in July 2017. In March 2019, he was appointed as the Conductor-in-Residence at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, working alongside Paul Mealor.