Vincent Metallo
Conductor of the Resident Training Choir
American Boychoir

VMetallo.gif (23261 bytes)VINCENT METALLO has served as Conductor of the Resident Training Choir of The American Boychoir since 1995. Travels with the Resident Training Choir have taken him to destinations throughout the northeastern United States. Under his leadership, the Resident Training Choir has appeared with Wynton Marsalis, the Princeton Chamber Symphony and on a recording of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Kurt Masur.

An accomplished vocal performer, Mr. Metallo has performed with the acclaimed Westminster Choir of Westminster Choir College, appearing in opera productions in both Spoleto Festivals (United States and Italy) and with many of the leading orchestras in the country. While at Westminster, Mr. Metallo acted as Assistant Conductor of the Westminster Chapel Choir. He continues serve on the faculty of the Westminster Choir College Vocal Institute, where he has conducted since 1992.

Besides his position with The American Boychoir School, Mr. Metallo is an Assistant Professor of Music at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania and is a choir member of St. Clement’s Church in Philadelphia. In addition, Mr. Metallo is a member of the eight-voice early music ensemble Fuma Sacra based in Princeton, NJ.

Vincent Metallo holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Hartt School of Music of the University of Hartford and a master’s degree in Choral Conducting from Westminster Choir College. He also has a certificate in Kodály pedagogy technique and solfčge granted by the Kodály Musical Training Institute.


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