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Beverly Taylor

Beverly Taylor

Expert on choral and choral-orchestral music and musical setting of texts and on classical music in general

Professor, music; director of choral activities School of Music College of Letters and Science Work: 608-263-1934 — Home and cell phones available upon request Home page


  • A cappella choral works from the 15th-21st centuries
  • Choral-orchestral masterworks, such as the "Bach B Minor Mass" or "Verdi Requiem"
  • Teaching of conducting and rehearsal techniques
  • Women conductors and women in classical music
  • Musical setting of texts


  • Co-author, "Wisdom, Wit and Will: Women Conductors on their Choral Art"
  • Recordings and premieres, including "Apres Moi le Deluge" by Luna Woolf, with Matt Haimovitz, cellist
  • Tours to France, Germany, Italy and England, as well as many U.S. states, with the Concert Choir, including performances at Chartres and Notre Dame
  • Performance of masterworks such as the "Verdi Requiem," "Britten War Requiem," "Mendelssohn Elijah," etc.