JOHN DAVID ADAMS
Martin has a degree from in Music Education and has done graduate work at the New England Conservatory of Music.
He is presently a member of the Cathedral Choir at St. Luke's Episcopal in Portland, Maine. He has also sang with Schola of St. Mary's Cathedral, Portland Symphony Orchestra, and Portland Opera Repertory.
Harold Stover is our newly appointed Music Director and Choirmaster.
He is a native of Latrobe, Pa and is a graduate of the Julliard School in New York City. Although retired from full time church music career, he presently directs the chorus Renaissance Voices in Portland and serves on the faculty of the Portland Conservatory of Music.
Katherine is a critically acclaimed singer who has performed with the Handel & Haydn Society in Boston, Boston Baroque, Emmanuel Music, and American Bach Soloists.
John is a powerful and indsightful bass soloist notably the cantatas of Bach and Handel. He studied at the Hartt School of Music and the San Francisco Conservstory of Music. He has performed with the San Francisco Symphony Chorus. He joined St. Mary's Schola in Portland in 2010.
Rhee has been performing in Maine for over 40 years as a soloist for the Portland Symphony Orchestra, Downeast Singers, and Choral Art Society. She is the recipient of the Nordica Award, Maine's most prestigeous vocal award! She is also a member of Renaissance Voices and a cappella jazz ensemble called Maineblend, which she also directs.
Andrea is a lifelong member of Choral Art and the St. Mary's Schola in Portland. She has appeared with the Portland Symphony Orchestra. She sang the role of Mother Jeanne in the PSO's presentation of Poulenc's opera, Dialogues of the Carmelites. She has also sung a wide variety of roles in Mozart's Parto, Ma Tu Ben Mio, Shubert's Der Hirt Auf Dem Felsen and Handel's Messiah
Bruce graduated from Westminister Choir College in Princetone, NJ, as a Music Education major with a principle in voice. He taught elementary school music at St. Patrick's Catholic School in Portland. He joined St. Mary's Schola in 2012.
Jessica has been hailed by the Boston Globe as a "welcome addition to Boston's top rank of Handel sopranos." She has appeared with the Boston Cecilia, Handel & Haydn Society, Bach Collegium San Diego, and Portland Symphony Orchestra to name a few! Her creative independent projects include the co-founding of the Henry Purcell Society of Boston in the music of English Baroque.
DON'T MISS THESE SEVEN PROFESSIONAL SINGERS AS WE GIVE GLORY TO GOD IN WORSHIP AND PRAISE!