Conductor Joshua Boggs currently works with several ensembles at the University of Notre Dame; among them, he has conducted Collegium Musicum, Concordia Choir, and Notre Dame Vocale. He is on the choral/vocal faculty at Indiana University South Bend where he conducts the IUSB Choral Union, and teaches Choral Methods and Class Voice. He has been fortunate to work with some of the best in the field as a Conducting Fellow at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival (Simon Carrington), Princeton Festival (Jan Harrington), and Big Sky Choral Initiative (Donald Nally and the Crossing), as well as a conducting masterclass with Peter Phillips and the Tallis Scholars. Josh is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Conducting at the University of Notre Dame, and studies under the tutelage of Dr. Carmen-Helena Téllez.
Countertenor, Joshua Boggs
Josh, a countertenor, is also a frequent soloist. He was a Young Artist at SongFest, and has sung in masterclasses for distinguished performers, including Barbara Bonney, during his time in Salzburg, Austria. He was the soloist in Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms with the Central Ohio Symphony, and Mendelssohn’s Elijah at Notre Dame, with baritone Nathan Gunn in the title role. He sang the role of Saint Bernard in the world premier of Robert Kyr's Oratorio Paradiso, based on Dante's Divine Comedy. Notre Dame Vocale performed excerpts of Kyr's oratorio in their recent tour of Mexico and Chile. In January 2018, he will be a soloist in the staged production of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater with Jessica Lang Dance.