Fred Broer (b. 1942)
career in music has encompassed a diverse spectrum of involvements that include teaching conducting, performing, composing, and administrative positions.
He holds a Master of Music degree from Indiana University, and a Doctorate degree in music composition from Boston University.
He has taught music on the college level for over 25 years, and also served in several college administrative positions, most recently as Director of the North Shore Conservatory of Music at Endicott College in Beverly, MA.
has frequently performed in solo and chamber music recitals as a pianist, and held music director positions in several churches around the Boston north shore area.
As a conductor, he directed various college and community choral groups in Massachusetts over the years such as the Wakefield Festival Chorus, Pro Musica Chamber Chorus, and Endicott College Chorus in Massachusetts.
His work as a composer includes an output of over 30 compositions that include orchestral, chamber music, choral, vocal and piano solo music.
resides in Gloucester, Massachusetts and continues to be actively involved in a variety of music research and composition projects following his
recent retirement from college teaching.