Instructor of Music
Dr. Allan Friedman directs the Duke Chorale in addition to serving as the Director of Music and Congregational Engagement at Judea Reform Congregation, as well as the Director for SONAM (Singers of New and Ancient Music). He is a proud alumnus of Duke University (T ’99) with a Music Major, including studies in South Africa with Ladysmith Black Mombazo, a Masters in Music Musicology from UNC - Chapel Hill (2001), and a D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from Boston University (2005) with a dissertation on Russian Jewish Choral Music. His training has included studies with Rodney Wynkoop, Susan Klebanow, Ann Howard Jones, and Joshua Jacobson. In his more than 20 years of conducting experience, Allan has delighted in making vocal music with people of diverse ages, backgrounds, and musical experiences. Other musical interests include teaching Music History courses for seniors, composing, and singing duets with his five year old son, Daniel.
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