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 Scott Rieker

Scott Rieker serves at the Director of Choral Activities at Frostburg State University, in Frostburg, Maryland, where he conducts the Chamber Singers, University Chorale, and Vocal Jazz Ensemble, as well teaching courses in conducting and music education. Rieker is an ABD Doctoral Candidate in Choral Music at the University of Southern California (USC) and has only to complete his dissertation in order to be called Dr. Rieker. Prior to coming to Frostburg State University, he served as the Artistic Director for the Torrance (California) Civic Chorale, the Choir Director at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church, and Treasurer of the Santa Monica Youth Orchestra, a 501(c)(3) non-profit providing free music lessons and ensemble experiences to underserved youth. While at USC, Rieker was a Teaching Assistant and Co-Conductor of the USC Apollo Chorus. Before his work in Southern California, he directed the Big Red Singers and was assistant director of the Varsity Menís Chorus at the University of NebraskaĖLincoln, where he earned a Masterís Degree in Choral Conducting. Prior to attending UNL, Rieker taught music in the Des Moines (Iowa) Public Schools for eight years at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. An active composer and arranger, with his works performed by choirs around the world, Rieker studied composition with Drs. Morten Lauridsen and Veronika Krausas, among others. He is now a Past-President of the Iowa Music Educators Association (IMEA) and engaged in groundbreaking research on the implementation of strategic risk-taking, Social Network Theory and Emergence Theory in the choral ensemble.

Scott Rieker has 2 titles published with Santa Barbara.
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La Cancion del Caminante SATB SBMP 1517 Audio Audio
La Cancion del Caminante SA SBMP 1518 Audio

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Just One Step
by Daniel Brinsmead