Stefanie Weigand has served as President and Membership Chair of the VT chapter of ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) and Youth R&R Chair for the ACDA Eastern Region. She currently serves as Chair of the NAfME Council for Choral Education. She is a sought-after presenter, clinician, and guest conductor across the region and currently directs the Polaris Singers at Northern VT University – Johnson. Stefanie is also the Director of Education with Music-COMP, a non-profit organization that promotes creativity and teaches composition to both students and teachers. She was the 2014 recipient of the VMEA’s Outstanding New Music Educator Award and received a Masters of Music Education from Castleton University.

After completing her BFA in Musical Theatre from Ithaca College, Stefanie toured nationally with a Children’s Theatre Company and worked on stage and off as a performer, pit musician, and music director in New York. Since moving to Vermont, she has appeared as a vocalist, pianist, and music director for various organizations including TURNmusic, the Vermont Philharmonic, Stowe Theatre Guild, Lyric Theatre, Music-COMP, Apex Ensemble, the Green Mountain Mahler Festival, The Saturn People’s Sound Collective, Burlington Civic Symphony Orchestra, the Green Mountain Opera Festival, and more. Stefanie’s work as a studio vocalist can also be heard on a number of albums released through Lane Gibson studios and Lovetown Recording.

 

“Music acts like a magic key to which the most tightly closed heart opens.”  -Maria von Trapp

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Executive Director

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