Division: Choral Conducting & Ensembles
Position: Associate Professor, Division Coordinator
Office: E-332 HFAC
A native of Wales, U.K., Rosalind Hall came to Utah in 1989 to pursue post-graduate studies in choral conducting at Brigham Young University. Her British training was at London’s Royal Academy of Music and Edinburgh and London Universities.
Before returning to teach at BYU in 1999, she spent seven years at the Waterford School, where she chaired the music department, directed the choral program, and played a key role in developing the Waterford Fine Arts Academy. She is renowned for her innovative and vivacious approach to vocal and rehearsal technique.
Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, voice, 1976
Associate of the London College of Music, piano, 1977
BM, Royal Academy of Music, London, 1977
Postgraduate Music Teacher’s Certificate, London University, 1978
MM, Choral Conducting, Brigham Young University, 1993