Conductor Carroll Lehman
Dr. Carroll Lehman
is in his
16th year as Musical Director and Conductor of the Monadnock Chorus
is well known in New England as conductor, adjudicator, clinician, voice teacher and bass soloist.
has become known for his
sensitive and inspiring interpretation of the major choral works with orchestra.
has led members of the Monadnock Chorus
on successful tours to Italy, Austria, Germany, Spain, Portugal and Greece, performing in many of the major cathedrals, including High Mass in St. Peter's in Rome and for the Pope at his
weekly Vatican broadcast.
In 1992, Dr. Lehman
was invited to conduct the New Hampshire Friendship Chorus on tours to Russia, Latvia and Estonia, and in 1998 to South Africa.
In 1998 the Monadnock Chorus
was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Dr. Lehman is Professor of Music at Keene State College where he conducts the Concert Choir and Chamber Singers.
founded and conducts the KSC Oratorio Society.
received both the Master's and Doctor's degree from the University of Iowa where he
studied conducting with Daniel Moe and James Dixon.
has also studied conducting in workshops with Robert Shaw, Elmer Isler, Robert DeCormier and most recently at the Oregon Bach Festival with Helmuth Rilling.
In the summer of 1996 he
was one of 17 conductors nationwide that were chosen to conduct the Bach Festival chorus, orchestra and soloists in public performances of the Christmas Oratorio. (Courtesy of Monadnock Chorus)