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Vox Principalis Choral Association

Music Director and Conductor

2017 - Present

Vox Principalis was formed in the Fall of 2017 in Morgantown, WV.  Focused on unique and cohesive choral performances, the ensemble has presented works from the Renaissance era to the present day.  Vox Principalis has a mission to educate audiences with historically accurate and engaging performances.

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Vox Principalis Concert Series

Music Director and  Producer 

2017 - Present

Vox Principalis Choral Association at Spruce Street United Methodist Church.  The concerts feature local and traveling musicians.

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Morgantown Children's & Youth Choirs

Music Director  and Conductor

2016 - 2020

The MORGANTOWN CHILDREN’S & YOUTH CHOIRS (MCYC) began as the Morgantown Children's Choir (MCC) in 2011. The vision for this choir was initiated by Kathleen Montgomery who had a goal to provide high-quality choral singing, training, & performance opportunities for the children of the Morgantown area. MCYC has performed in various venues over the years. The first invitation that the choir received was in a guest appearance role with The American Boys Choir at Suncrest Methodist Church. The MCYC also has sung with The Chanticleer Choir, the Appalachian Children's Choir, and has performed numerous WVU choral concerts, including WVU Holiday concerts with The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra since 2015. The choir was first invited to perform at the Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, in 2013 and has joined this celebration for several years since then. The choir has also performed the past several years at the Festival of Trees, an event to support the WVU Hospitals. It also has provided some private performances at the Village of Heritage Point and has performed the National anthem at several WVU sporting events such as gymnastics competitions, basketball, baseball, and volleyball games.  Letícia Grützmann has been the artistic director and conductor of the MCYC since the Fall of 2016 when the Children’s Choir became The Children’s and Youth Choirs. 

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Anonimmy Quarttuor

Singer and Producer 

2009 - 2014

O quarteto vocal Anonymmi Quattuor, formado no início de 2009, na cidade de Porto Alegre, RS, é um grupo dedicado à pesquisa e interpretação da música histórica, especializado na execução do repertório vocal da Renascença, mais especificamente.