Professor and director of choral activities who conducted the choir in Jac Weinstein's tableau Mother Rachel, Madison WI, 2016
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An artist associated with a Performing the Jewish Archive event.
Professor Beverly Taylor is director of choral activities and professor at the University of Wisconsin– Madison where she conducts and tours with the Concert Choir and Choral Union and directs the graduate choral conducting program. As a guest conductor, Professor Taylor has led the Artur Rubinstein Philharmonic Orchestra in Poland, New Symphony of Sofia (Bulgaria), the St. Louis Symphony Chorus, the Vermont Symphony, the Harvard Chamber Orchestra and Summer Chorus, the U.S. Air Force Band, and other groups. She has also worked with John Williams and the Boston Pops Esplanade Chorus. A graduate of the University of Delaware and Boston University School for the Arts, Ms. Taylor has studied with Gustav Meier, Paul Vermel, Andrew Davis, Helmuth Rilling, Robert Shaw, Margaret Hillis, and Herbert Blomstedt. She received fellowships with Chorus America and an orchestral conducting fellowship at Aspen. Ms. Taylor is co-author of Wisdom, Wit and Will: Women Choral Conductors on Their Art for GIA Publishers, Inc.