Founder and Artistic Director

Judith L. DuBose

Judith L. DuBose

Founder and Artistic Director

Judith L. DuBose is the Artistic Director and Founder of the Frederick Children’s Chorus, which she established in 1985. She is a clinician and advocate for music activities in school and community settings. While a music teacher in Montgomery County, she taught general music and vocal music in elementary and middle schools. Prior to teaching in Montgomery County, she taught middle school and high school in Frederick County, MD. Choruses under her direction have participated in adjudicated festivals, consistently receiving Superior ratings. Mrs. DuBose holds a B.S. in Music Education from West Chester State University (PA) and a M.S. in Music Education-Kodály Methods from Loyola University of Baltimore (MD). She has completed three levels of certification from Choral Music Education (CME) Institute where she studied with Doreen Rao 

The Frederick Children’s Chorus (FCC), under her direction, has performed throughout the U. S. and has established a reputation for excellence in artistry and musicianship. In 1995, the chorus expanded to include the Frederick Chamber Singers, a chorus for select high school-aged singers, also under her direction. The FCC now includes the Little Music Makers programs for preschool and primary school-aged children. Mrs. DuBose is an active member of The American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA), and Chorus America. She is a popular elementary and middle school clinician and adjudicator. 

 

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