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Jonathan Hollins

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Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

Company Description

About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

Background Information

Employment History

Minister of Music and Worship

hbclouky.org


Defensive Tackle

Redemptorist High School


Affiliations

The Lubbock Chorale

Board Member


Association of British Choral

Board Member


Education

College of Canyons


Hargrave Military Academy


B.M. degree

piano pedagogy

University of South Carolina


Bachelor of Music Degree in piano pedagogy

University of South Carolina


D.M.A. degree

choral conducting , piano performance and musicology

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary


D.M.A. degree

choral conducting , piano performance and musicology

Southern Seminary


Master of Church Music degree in piano and organ

Southern Seminary


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The Lubbock Chorale - Artistic Director - Dr. John S. Hollins

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Dr. John Hollins
Artistic Director - Dr. John S. Hollins John Hollins is a native of South Carolina and has appeared on national and international concert and opera stages as a conductor, collaborative pianist, organist, and baritone. Productions under his baton include Susannah (Floyd), South Pacific (Rodgers & Hammerstein), The Turn of the Screw (Britten), Man of La Mancha (Leigh), Suor Angelica (Puccini), Iolanthe (Sullivan), Candide (Bernstein), Orpheus in the Underworld (Offenbach), Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart), Orfeo (Gluck), I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Bellini), Un Ballo in Maschera (Verdi), Carmen (Bizet), and a world-premiere version of The Last Leaf (Remson). Dr. Hollins has conducted and staged performances of choral music and opera scenes throughout Eastern Germany, including Berlin, Thale, Burg Falkenstein, Wust, Vieritz, Jerichow, Quedlinburg, Halberstadt, Leipzig, and Dresden. He also appeared in concert with coloratura-soprano Kathy McNeil and tenor Oliver Lucero in Prague, Czech Republic. Dr. Hollins was one of only four international artists invited to teach and perform for the inaugural festival of the International Center for Collaboration in the Musical Arts in South Africa. In 2015 he conducted the Midland-Odessa Symphony Orchestra for Standing Ovation: a Homecoming, a Midland Opera gala featuring world-renowned Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano Susan Graham; and Handel's Messiah with The Lubbock Symphony Orchestra and Lubbock Chorale. Having conducted all six choral ensembles of Texas Tech University, Dr. Hollins currently serves as Associate Director of Choral Studies; Associate Professor of Music; and Artistic Director of The Lubbock Chorale. Dr. Hollins was the Music Director and Conductor of the TTU Graduate Opera Project and is a vocal coach for the TTU Music Theatre program, having helped to artistically shape productions of The Bartered Bride, La Traviata, Die Zauberflöte, Too Many Sopranos, West Side Story, The Ballad of Baby Doe, La Clemenza di Tito, and Il Barbiere di Siviglia. He has also conducted professional productions of Les Misérables, Cats, Mary Poppins, and Peter Pan for Lubbock Moonlight Musicals. In February 2017 he will appear at the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA) convention as pianist and organist for the Texas Two-Year Collegiate All-State Honor Choir. Hollins is also a conductor, répétiteur, and pianist for Cedar Rapids Opera Theatre (Iowa). As Music Director for the CROT Young Artist Program, he has conducted productions of The Mikado (2004 and 2014), H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, Into the Woods, The Gondoliers, Man of La Mancha, and South Pacific. As pianist for main-stage productions he has collaborated on productions of Le Nozze di Figaro, Carmen (2005 and 2014), Susannah, L'Elisir d'Amore, Aida, Salome, Tosca, The Merry Widow, La Bohème,Don Giovanni, La Traviata, Cavalleria Rusticana, and Pagliacci. From 2005-2007 he was a faculty lecturer and pianist/organist for the Summer Choral Institute of St. John's College-Cambridge University (United Kingdom) and Texas Tech University. In 2005 he was the Co-Director of Music and pianist/organist for the Triennial Oxbridge Symposium of the C.S. Lewis Institute, affording opportunities to perform in Cambridge, Oxford, and Ely. Dr. Hollins has collaborated with some of the world's finest artists, including singers Danielle Talamantes, Allan Glassman, Kathryn Goeldner, Hector Vasquez, and Marilyn Mims-who have enjoyed leading roles at the Metropolitan Opera; and Arianna Zuckerman, Hope Briggs, Malcolm McKenzie, Cynthia Clayton, and Drew Slatton-who have enjoyed national and international opera and concert careers; stage directors Ed Bourgois, Gregory Keller, Bill Fabris, William Ferrara, and Stanley M. Garner; and conductors/coaches David Hill, Jon Spong, and Daniel Kleinknecht. A strong advocate of music education and outreach, Dr. Hollins was the Associate Artistic Director of Voices of Kentuckiana, a community chorus in Louisville, and a music consultant for the Kentucky Opera Association, where he worked closely with the educational program "Music! Words! Opera!"- in which students create, compose, produce, and perform their own operas. An active church musician, he currently serves as Organist and Choirmaster at St. Paul's-on-the-Plains Episcopal Church in Lubbock, having formerly served parishes in Kentucky and South Carolina. Dr. Hollins holds the D.M.A. degree in choral conducting, piano performance, and musicology and the M.C.M. degree in organ and piano from Southern Seminary. He holds the B.M. degree in piano pedagogy from the University of South Carolina.


The Lubbock Chorale . John Hollins

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John Hollins, dir.
The Lubbock Chorale . John Hollins John Hollins, dir. Music Director - Dr. John S. Hollins John Hollins John Hollins is a native of South Carolina and has appeared on national and international concert and opera stages as a conductor, collaborative pianist, organist, and as a professional baritone chorister. Recent productions under his baton include Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart), Orfeo (Gluck), I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Bellini), Un Ballo in Maschera (Verdi), Carmen (Bizet), and a world-premiere version of The Last Leaf (Remson). This season he has conducted and staged performances of choral music and opera scenes throughout Eastern Germany, including Thale, Burg Falkenstein, Wust, Vieritz, Jerichow, Quedlinburg, Halberstadt, and Leipzig. He also appeared with coloratura-soprano Kathy McNeil and tenor Oliver Lucero in Prague, Czech Republic. Having conducted all six choral ensembles of Texas Tech University, he currently serves as Associate Director of Choral Studies and Assistant Professor of Choral and Opera Studies. Dr. Hollins is the Music Director and Conductor of the TTU Graduate Opera Project and vocal coach for the TTU Music Theatre program, having helped to artistically shape productions of The Bartered Bride, La Traviata, Die Zauberflöte, Too Many Sopranos, West Side Story, The Ballad of Baby Doe, La Clemenza di Tito, and Il Barbiere di Siviglia. Hollins is also a conductor and pianist for the Cedar Rapids (Iowa) Opera Theatre. As Music Director for the Young Artist Program he has conducted productions of The Mikado, H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, Into the Woods, and The Gondoliers. As pianist for main-stage productions he has collaborated on productions of Le Nozze di Figaro, Carmen, Susannah, L'Elisir d'Amore, and Aida. From 2005-2007 he was a faculty lecturer and pianist/organist for the Summer Choral Institute of St. John's College-Cambridge University (United Kingdom) and Texas Tech University. In 2005 he was the Co-Director of Music and pianist/organist for the Triennial Oxbridge Symposium of the C.S. Lewis Institute. These engagements afforded opportunities to perform in Cambridge, Oxford, and Ely. Dr. Hollins has collaborated with some of the world's finest artists: including singers Allan Glassman, Kathryn Goeldner, Hector Vasquez, and Marilyn Mims-who have enjoyed leading roles at the Metropolitan Opera-and Arianna Zuckerman, Hope Briggs, Malcolm McKenzie, Cynthia Clayton, and Drew Slatton-who have enjoyed national and international opera and concert careers; stage directors Ed Bourgois, Gregory Keller, and Bill Fabris; and conductors/coaches David Hill, Jon Spong, and Daniel Kleinknecht, Other collaborative keyboard credits include numerous professional, collegiate, and festival choruses and orchestras: the City of Oxford Orchestra (United Kingdom), Coro Favoriti, the Choral Arts Society of Louisville, the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra, the Louisville Orchestra, the Kentucky Opera Chorus, and the Columbia Philharmonic Chorus. A strong advocate of music education and outreach, Dr. Hollins was the Associate Artistic Director of Voices of Kentuckiana, a community chorus in Louisville, and a music consultant for the Kentucky Opera Association, where he worked closely with the educational program "Music! Words! Opera!"- in which students create, compose, produce, and perform their own operas. An active church musician, he currently serves as Organist and Co-Director of Music at St. Paul's-on-the-Plains Episcopal Church in Lubbock, having formerly served parishes in Kentucky and South Carolina. Dr. Hollins holds the D.M.A. degree in choral conducting, piano performance, and musicology and the M.C.M. degree in organ and piano from Southern Seminary. He holds the B.M. degree in piano pedagogy from the University of South Carolina.


www.azstarnet.com

Jonathan Hollins repeats the phrase over and over.
It's his explanation, defense mechanism and motivation all at once. Hollins has to think that way. The Arizona Wildcats' "mystery recruit" has attended three schools in three states since 2006. He has battled financial problems and academic issues, NCAA rules and recruiting wars. But Hollins isn't bitter. Instead, the 21-year-old prospect is ecstatic about his next move. Hollins, a 6-foot-3-inch, 275-pound defensive tackle from Baton Rouge, La., accepted a scholarship offer from the UA on Wednesday. His unlikely choice shocked many who figured Hollins would play at the University of Tennessee this fall. Hollins signed with the Volunteers in December, but the pledge was voided a month later because he didn't meet Southeastern Conference requirements. Hollins calls Arizona â€" the third Division I program he's committed to in as many years â€" "a new beginning for me." He hopes to study social work. "I could have nothing," he said. "I'm thankful for everything I have received." Hollins crisscrossed the country to get a chance with the Wildcats. He signed with Texas Tech out of Baton Rouge's Redemptorist High School in February 2006 but failed to qualify because of a poor ACT score. He enrolled at Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va., but left after a semester because of financial reasons. Hargrave, one of the nation's top prep schools, cost $25,000 a year â€" money Hollins' family didn't have. So Hollins headed west. On the recommendation of a former teammate, he enrolled at College of the Canyons â€" a junior college powerhouse in Santa Clarita, Calif. There, Hollins found a home â€" and some sense of normalcy. He dominated on the football field, too. Splitting time between defensive tackle and defensive end, Hollins registered 44 tackles and 4 1/2 sacks last fall. By then, Hollins was viewed as one of the West's top junior college players. Hollins signed with Tennessee in December, hoping to enroll for the spring semester. However, his letter was voided before he had the opportunity. Southeastern Conference rules say junior college transfers who fail to qualify out of high school must attend the same school for three consecutive semesters and earn their associates' degrees to enroll. Hollins earned his associates' degree but fell short of the three-semester rule. He spent the fall 2007 and fall 2008 semesters at College of the Canyons. In between, he returned home to Louisiana and took classes at Baton Rouge Community College. "Being an out-of-state resident in California is very costly," he said. The SEC didn't like his explanation. The Wildcats may have surprised some, but coach Mike Stoops called his interest in Hollins "pretty common knowledge. Hollins took an official visit to Tucson last month and verbally committed before returning to California. His decision was unveiled Wednesday, the first day players could sign binding letters. Hollins expects to enroll at the UA this summer and may be the 2009 recruiting class' first impact player. The Wildcats were woefully thin at defensive tackle last season, even as they posted an 8-5 record and a Las Vegas Bowl victory. The addition of Hollins and the anticipated reinstatement of former starter Lolomana Mikaele should keep the team strong at tackle for the next two years. Hollins won't have it easy at Arizona but said he's ready for the next challenge. "No struggle, no progress â€" right?" he said.


7on7.rivals.com

Jonathan Hollins Jonathan Hollins Highlights 1 Jonathan Hollins hadn't made it off the airplane this weekend during his official visit to the University of Tennessee when the junior college defensive lineman got his first real impression of the UT football ... [details]Hollins originally signed with Texas Tech back in February of 2006.Spent the fall of 2006 at Hargrave Military Academy in Virginia.He will graduate in December and have three years to play two seasons. Jonathan Hollins Video ReelsJonathan Hollins Highlights 1 , 10/20/2008 - #92 - DL - Senior - 584 viewsHollins talks with Kiffin, remains all Vol , 12/4/2008, from VolQuest.comHow does change impact JUCO DT?, 11/12/2008, from VolQuest.comVideo: Jonathan Hollins dominates the line , 10/20/2008, from Rivals.comJUCO DT headed east to Vols , 10/6/2008, from VolQuest.comHollins excited about position change , 8/26/2008, from RedRaiderSports.comHollins looks at JUCO stop as a business trip , 5/2/2008, from RedRaiderSports.comTech adds 2006 signee , 4/30/2008, from RedRaiderSports.comJonathan Hollins Scouting Report


www.2theadvocate.com

The last time Redemptorist High School played for a state championship, Jonathan Hollins manned the defensive line.
Where is Hollins now? The better question might be where the College of the Canyons star is headed. Hollins, who signed with Texas Tech after his senior year at Redemptorist, will soon begin the next phase of his long, winding journey, one that has included stops at Hargrave Military Academy as well as two junior colleges. "It's not over yet," Hollins said. "I won't be happy — content — until I step onto a campus somewhere." What campus? Hollins committed to Tennessee in October, weeks before Volunteers coach Phillip Fulmer was forced out. "Everything's happening fast," Hollins said, "and I'm excited. Hollins has spent the last two seasons at Canyons, located in Santa Clarita, Calif. He will graduate in time to enroll at the four-year school of his choice next month. "I think I'm a man of destiny," Hollins said.


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