Dr. Michael Larkin (b, 1951) is chairperson of the vocal/choral department and an artist/faculty voice teacher at the Wilmington Music School in Wilmington, DE. He also is Director of Music Ministry St. Mary Anne's Episcopal Church in North East, MD and is founder and music director of the New Ark Chorale of Newark, DE. In addition, Dr. Larkin is Eastern Division Chairperson for Music and Worship for the American Choral Directors Association. He is known nationally as a clinician and adjudicator in various aspects of vocal/choral music as well as the church music profession, especially the subjects of liturgy, worship planning, and musical and professional concerns for the church musician.
Dr. Larkin's conducting teachers have included Joseph Huszti, Alan Harler, and Peter McCarthy and he has studied voice with Marvin Keenze and Todd Duncan. His degrees include a bachelor of music degree in vocal music education from the University of Delaware, a master of music degree in vocal performance from the Catholic University of America, and a doctor of musical arts degree in music education with a concentration in choral conducting from Temple University. With over 130 compositions in print with many of the nation's leading publishing houses, Dr. Larkin has gained a national reputation as a composer and arranger of both sacred and secular music.
Michael Larkin has 1 titles published with Santa Barbara.
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