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 Krishan Oberoi

Composer, conductor and entrepreneur Krishan Oberoi has received widespread critical acclaim for his innovative leadership. Ensembles under his direction have been praised for their “impressive warmth and verve” (Boston Globe), “startling depth” (Variety magazine) and “clear diction, perfect pitch and clear purpose” (San Diego Union-Tribune). Oberoi is the founding Artistic Director of SACRA/PROFANA, a critically acclaimed, California-based chorus described as “a divine vocal canopy” by The Los Angeles Times.

Hailed for his “visionary direction” (San Diego Story), Krishan has led world premiere recordings of music by many contemporary composers, and championed neglected composers from previous centuries. Oberoi has also prepared choruses for Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino, Tony award-winning composer Alan Menken, and producer Carlton Cuse.

Krishan has produced choral arrangements of pop songs by artists like Madonna, Bon Iver, Prince and Maroon 5; these have been performed throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. He is the composer of SNAKESKIN, an evening-length dance drama commissioned by Emmy award-winning choreographer John Malashock, and is currently writing music and lyrics for an original musical developed in collaboration with New York City’s Bedlam Theatre.

Krishan holds a Doctorate in Musical Arts from Boston University, and is the recent recipient of an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. He currently serves as Director of Choral Activities at Providence College, and lives in Massachusetts with his partner Kirsten and their two Golden Retrievers, Chester and Charlie.


Krishan Oberoi has 1 titles published with Santa Barbara.
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