An internationally recognized choral conductor, Henry Leck is Professor Emeritus of Choral Music at Butler University. In 1986 he became the Founder and Artistic Director of the Indianapolis Childrenís Choir, one of the largest childrenís choir programs in the world. ICC has sung in prestigious concert sites throughout Great Britain, Greece, Scandinavia, Central Europe, South American, North America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and China. For over twenty-five years he has conducted the National Youth Choral Festival in Carnegie Hall. Mr. Leck has conducted state, regional and national honor choirs in nearly every state. He authored the choral section of Silver Burdett music textbooks for grades 4, 5 and 6. He has produced three teaching videos titled Vocal Techniques for the Young Singer, The Boy's Expanding Voice: Take the High Road and Creating Artistry through Movement, Dalcroze Eurhythmics. He is a lead author for the choral textbook series published by McGraw Hill/Glencoe titled Experiencing Choral Music and is also the editor of two nationally known choral series published by Hal Leonard Corporation and Colla Voce, Inc./Plymouth. Each year he teaches his conductor's workshop entitled Creating Artistry at venues across the country. He has recently completed his first textbook, Creating Artistry through Choral Excellence.
Having begun musical studies at an early age, Dr. David Flood held his first parish church post at 15. He received his advanced training as an Organ Scholar of St. Johnís College, Oxford, and through additional postgraduate work at Clare College, Cambridge. He was appointed Assistant Organist at Canterbury Cathedral in 1978, serving under the renowned Dr. Allan Wicks, and after eight years was appointed Organist and Master of the Choristers at Lincoln Cathedral in 1986. In 1988, he was appointed Organist and Master of the Choristers at Canterbury Cathedral. Dr. Flood is responsible for leading the Cathedralís extensive music program of daily sung services by the Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys, special concerts and programs as well as the festive occasions of the church. Under his direction, the Canterbury Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys has toured widely in Europe and North America recently performing in the USA in 2012 and 2015 under Euro Arts Tours. The choir will return to the United States in 2018 also organized by Euro Arts Tours. In his thirty-five years at Canterbury Cathedral, he has been intimately involved in the many great events that have occurred there. As a solo performer, Dr. Flood has been heard on many recordings and has given organ recitals throughout Europe and many U.S. cities. He is also a frequent choral clinician in the United States.
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