Chapman University Choir & Women's Choir in Concert
Stephen Coker & Angel Vázquez-Ramos, Conductors
Under the direction of Stephen Coker, the Chapman University Choir is a select group of eighty singers chosen from all departments of the university. Under the direction of Angel Vázquez-Ramos, the University Women’s Choir performs advanced literature for women’s voices, from the Renaissance to the most recent compositions.
About Stephen Coker:
Stephen Coker was appointed Director of Choral Activities at Chapman University in the fall of 2009. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Coker served on the choral faculties of Portland State University (OR) from 2006-2009, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) from 2000-2006, and Oklahoma City University (OCU) from 1975-2000. Learn more...
About Angel M. Vázquez-Ramos:
Angel M. Vázquez-Ramos, Assistant Professor of Choral Music Education at Chapman University, is a native of Carolina, Puerto Rico. He teaches undergraduate courses in music education and conducts the University Women's Choir. In addition, he conducts two new non-auditioned choral ensembles, the Choral Union and the Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Before completing his doctoral studies at Florida State University, he taught secondary choral music for seven years in Pinellas County Schools in the Tampa Bay Area. In addition, he worked as director of music ministries in churches in both Largo and Tallahassee, Florida. Learn more...