The St. John’s choral community is thrilled to welcome Dr. David Buley to The Singing Network, to Memorial University, and to Newfoundland and Labrador.
David is Associate Professor of Music Education in the Faculty of Education at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He enjoys his lengthy career of teaching classroom and private lessons in music, conducting choirs, accompanying for ballet companies, and playing various instruments. David is a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton. New Jersey, as well as Drew University. His lengthy resumé includes work as Music Director of The Windsor Classic Chorale (Windsor, Ontario), The Couchiching Young Singers (Orillia, Ontario), Saint George’s Round Church (Halifax, Nova Scotia) as well as of the Acadia University Chorus and the Acadia Vocal Ensemble; Ariadne Women’s Chamber Choir of Sudbury, and the Young Sudbury Singers, and Octatonic Decadence – a group dedicated to exploring the widest range of a cappella music. A practitioner of Dalcroze Eurhythmics, David offers workshops in music education, choral music, and vocal technique, as well the worship arts, and enjoys numerous adjudicating experiences. He loves making music and spends quite a bit of time singing outdoors with the largest choir on earth.
Visit David’s website to learn more about our new colleague.