Conductor and composer Dominick DiOrio is Director of Choral Activities and Assistant Professor of Music at Lone Star College–Montgomery. He is pursuing the DMA at Yale University (MMA '09) in choral conducting, where he studied with Marguerite L. Brooks and Simon Carrington. At Yale, Mr. DiOrio was Director of the University Church Choir, Principal Assistant Conductor and Ensemble Manager of the Yale Camerata, and Co–Conductor of the Yale Recital Chorus. He is also on faculty at the Berkshire Choral Festival, Montreal. In October 2009, he travelled to Sweden to compete in the Eric Ericson Award, the top international competition for young choral conductors. He sings professionally with the Houston Chamber Choir.
Mr. DiOrio has also received the Master of Music in Choral Conducting from Yale University and a Bachelor of Music in Composition summa cum laude from the Ithaca College School of Music. While at Ithaca, he studied conducting with Janet Galván, which led to his appearance as a finalist in the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) National Undergraduate Conducting Competition in Los Angeles in 2005. At that time, he also served as Assistant Conductor with the Ithaca Children's Choir and was Founder and Conductor of the Ithaca College Recital Chorus.
As a composer, Mr. DiOrio has been the recipient of many recent awards including the 2009 Young New Yorkers' Chorus Nathan Davis Prize in Composition, the 2007 Allen E. Ostrander International Trombone Composition Prize, and the 2006 Raymond W. Brock Memorial Student Composition Prize given by ACDA.
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