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, Interim Choir Director at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church of Pacific Palisades, and a co-conductor of the Contemporary Choral Collective of Los Angeles. He is available for engagement as a guest director, clinician, and session conductor.


Upcoming Engagements

Where is Nate conducting next?

St. Matthew's Choir:
This month's offerings

Wesley, arr. Rouse: Lead me, Lord
Handel: I know that my redeemer liveth
Ireland: Greater love hath no man
Rutter: The Lord is my Shepherd
Vaughan Williams: Easter
Dandridge: I know I've been changed
Handel: Behold the Lamb of God
Thompson: Antiphon


St. Matthew's Episcopal Church,
Pacific Palisades
Masses every Sunday morning at 10:15 AM.


St. Matthew's Choir:
Choral evensong

Nate will lead the St. Matthew's Choir in a choral evensong on May 13th. Musical offerings will include the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis from Herbert Howells' monumental St. Paul's Service, Josef Gabriel Rheinberger's Abendlied, and Richard Webster's setting of the Anglican Preces and Responses. All are welcome.


St. Matthew's Episcopal Church,
Pacific Palisades
Sunday, May 13th, 4 PM


Culminating Concert at the
Chorus America Conducting Academy

As a Conducting Fellow at the Chorus America Conducting Academy, Nate will lead the Academy Orchestra and Chorus in several selections on the culminating concert on July 15th. Repertoire will include:

Mendelssohn: String Symphony No. 4
Mozart: Requiem, K. 626
Bernstein: Chichester Psalms

Meng Concert Hall at
California State University, Fullerton
Sunday, July 15th, Time TBA


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