James Ludwig, Bass

James Ludwig

James Ludwig grew up singing as a chorister at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City on Long Island, where he learned to sing Renaissance polyphony, tie a tie, and play ultimate frisbee. He currently teaches choral music in the Herricks School District on Long Island, where he works with both middle and high school singers. In addition to his work at Herricks, James conducts the MYO Nassau Lower Voices and is a member of the eVoco Voice Collective.

He has served as guest conductor for district and county festivals and has presented workshops about ensemble classroom management and strategies for teaching adolescent singers at both all-state and regional conferences for NYSSMA, NYSCAME, and ACDA. His choral compositions are available through GIA, Hinshaw, and a self-published catalog. His works have been performed in the United States and Great Britain, including by eVoco, the FSU Choral Union, and the Phoenix Chorale under the direction of Charles Bruffy. He holds degrees from Queens College and Berklee College of Music.

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