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Dr. Keith S. Reas

Director, Women's Chorus

Catholic University of America

HQ Phone: (202) 319-5000

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Catholic University of America

620 Michigan Avenue NE LCI #106

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20064

United States

Company Description

The Catholic University of America, founded in 1887 by the U.S. Catholic bishops with the support of Pope Leo XIII, is the national university of the Catholic Church in the United States. Established as a graduate research center, the University began off ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Music

St. Paul's Episcopal Church


Steering Committee
Washington Early Music Festival


Doctorate of Music Arts

Eastman School of Music

bachelor's degree

Oberlin Conservatory



Eastman School



Oberlin College Conservatory of Music


organ performance

Oberlin College


organ performance

University of Oregon

master's degree

Organ Performance and Literature

Eastman School of Music

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Catholic University lecturer ... [cached]

Catholic University lecturer Keith Reas will conduct the CUA Women's Chorus and musicians from the CUA Symphony Orchestra.

American Choral Directors Association - Open Discussion Forum [cached]

Catholic University lecturer Keith Reas will conduct the CUA Women's Chorus and musicians from the CUA Symphony Orchestra. read more

Musikanten Montana [cached]

Featured performers from the festival's inception have included tenors Kevin Sutton and Steven Soph, sopranos Evanne Browne, Amanda Balestrieri and Heather Barnes, mezzo-soprano Marjorie Bunday, contralto Bailey Whiteman, baritones Brian Ming Chu, Bobb Robinson, Robert W. Tudor, James Shaffran and Joel Lankford and bass-baritone Richard Dirksen, as well as keyboard and continuo artists Gabriel Shuford (harpsichord), John Lenti (lute and theorbo), Brady Lanier (cello and gamba), Chris Stuberg (cello) and organists Keith Reas, Brent Erstad, Denise Finn, Joe Munzenrider and Dale Fleck.

Carmina :: Past Performances [cached]

Other performers included Armonia Nova, Ensemble Gaudior, Hesperus, Modern Musick, organist Keith Reas, and the Suspicious Cheese Lords. (July 7, 2007)

"Rimante in Pace" - Under the direction of guest conductor Keith Reas, Carmina served up a musical feast from two early seventeenth-century Northern Italian masters: The eloquent double-choir Requiem of Francesco Cavalli paired with samples of Salamone Rossi's Jewish liturgical pieces and Italian madrigals. (November 20, 2005)
"Ensalada EspaƱol" - Carmina, with organist Keith S. Reas, offered an enticing musical menu for voices and organ, including selections by Vasquez, Ximino, Flecha, Victoria, Aguilera and Bruno.

The former artistic director of Choral ... [cached]

The former artistic director of Choral Arts, Keith Reas, stepped down this spring in order to devote more time to organ practice and concerts.

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