Maurice Boyer is associate professor of music at Concordia University Chicago, where he conducts the chamber orchestra and women’s choir (Laudate), and teaches aural skills.


Boyer holds a doctor of musical arts degree in orchestral conducting from the University of Maryland, College Park. His master of music is in choral conducting and his bachelor of music in sacred music (with piano as his principal instrument). Both were earned at Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, New Jersey. His principal conducting teachers have been Joseph Flummerfelt, Kenneth Kiesler, and James Ross. He also studied theology at Princeton Theological Seminary.


Degrees

  • DMA, Orchestral Conducting - University of Maryland; College Park, MD
  • MM, Choral Conducting - Westminster Choir College of Rider University; Princeton, NJ
  • BMus, Sacred Music - Westminster Choir College of Rider University; Princeton, NJ