Donald Neuen

Donald Neuen

Conducting
After twelve years on the faculty of the prestigious Eastman School of Music, Rochester New York, Donald Neuen accepted the position of Professor of Music/Conducting and Director of Choral Activities for UCLA in 1993.He immediately developed the highly acclaimed UCLA Chorale and an outstanding graduate program in choral conducting with both the Master of Music (MM) and the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA). Fall, 1996, Neuen also accepted the position of Conductor and Artistic Musical Director of the 130-voice, highly select Los Angeles based Angeles Chorale, a large chorus whose repertoire emphasizes major works for chorus and orchestra.

In 1999, he accepted the additional position of Choral Conductor and Minister or Music for the internationally televised Crystal Cathedral Choir with Robert Schuller’s "Hour of Power", seen weekly in over 100 countries totaling 20 million viewers. The special mission of Neuen with this great choir is to bring to the world the finest quality of sacred music, performed with the highest standards of professional excellence. The repertoire ranges from traditional anthems to opera and oratorio choruses, sung in both English and many foreign languages. Jan von den Bosch, one of Europe’s leading entrepreneurs, hailed the Choir (on its European tour) as "The greatest choir in the world".

2015 Breakout Sessions

Session descriptions will be listed here once the schedule has been finalized.