Mark Mecham, chair of the department of music and Carmean Professor of Music, directs the 81-voice Lebanon Valley College Concert Choir.
About Mark Mecham
Mark Mecham has been Chairman of the Department of Music at Lebanon Valley College since 1990.
was named the D. Clark and Edna Carmean Distinguished Professor of Music, and received the Thomas Rhys Vickroy Distinguished Teaching Award in 1998.
As Director of Choral Activities he
conducts the LVC Concert and Chamber Choirs.
In August 1992, he
appeared as guest conductor of the Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle Choir
, and from 1993-2002 served as the musical director of the Lebanon County Choral Society
At the May 2012 commencement, the Lebanon Valley College
Student Government honored Mecham
as Educator of the Year.
Professor Mecham graduated from the University of Utah with degrees in music education and choral conducting.
He completed his Doctorate in Musical Arts in Choral Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Dr. Mecham has taught at Southern Utah University, the University of Texas at Tyler, and the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Active in the American Choral Directors Association, he was Utah State President, 1989-90, and president-elect in North Dakota, 1978-80, and served as the Repertoire and Standards Chair for College and University Choirs 1999-2001 for ACDAPA.
has conducted, adjudicated and given choral clinics in 19 states, the District of Columbia, Austria, the Czech Republic, Great Britain, Italy, Hungary, Denmark and Norway.