Nate Widelitz

Conductor

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Equally at home in front of choir and orchestra, Nate has directed musicians at every level, from children's choruses to professional ensembles. He currently serves as the Assistant Conductor of Pacific Chorale, Director of Mt. San Antonio College's Collegiate Chorale and Los Angeles Valley College's Philharmonic Choir, a co-conductor of the Contemporary Choral Collective of Los Angeles, and Assistant Conductor of the Choir of St. Matthias Episcopal Church, Whittier. He is available for engagement as a guest director, clinician, and session conductor.


Upcoming Engagements

Where is Nate conducting next?

LAVC Philharmonic Choir:
All-Steinway Benefit Concert

Nate will lead Los Angeles Valley College's Philharmonic Choir in a program with the LAVC Chamber and College Choirs, LAVC Wind Ensemble, and the Valley Symphony Orchestra on March 16th. The program will center around the theme of duality, in accordance with LAVC’s “One Book, One College” initiative featuring Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Left Hand of Darkness.

Performance information:

Main Stage Theatre at
Los Angeles Valley College
Saturday, March 16th, 7 PM


LAVC Philharmonic Choir:
Spring Concert

Nate will lead Los Angeles Valley College’s Philharmonic Choir in their first feature program under his direction on May 11th. Exploring the themes of spring, nature, and redemption, it will include works by Moses Hogan, Gwyneth Walker, W.A. Mozart, Clement Jannequin, and Jenő Takács, setting poems in Hebrew, French, Latin, Japanese, as well as English poetry by e e cummings.

Performance information:

Music Recital Hall at
Los Angeles Valley College
Saturday, May 11th, 7:30 PM


Mt. SAC Collegiate Chorale:
Spring Concert

Nate will lead Mt. San Antonio College's Collegiate Chorale in a joint program with the Mt. SAC Women’s Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Rebecca Tomlinson, on June 12th. Works will include sacred and secular repertoire from the gospel, folk, musical theatre, Latin, and Classical genres by Carole Stephens, John Leavitt, Stephen Schwartz, and W. A. Mozart, among others.

Performance information:

Feddersen Recital Hall at
Mt. San Antonio College
Wednesday, June 12th, 7:30 PM


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