David Holler, Conductor & Artistic Director
David Holler is active as an orchestral and choral conductor, tenor soloist and private music instructor. He received his Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from Western University and then went on to complete a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey.
As a member of the Westminster Choir, the Westminster Symphonic Choir, and the Westminster Singers, Mr. Holler performed regularly with the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the New Jersey Symphony, as well as being a member of the opera chorus in residence for two summers in the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto, Italy, and Charleston, South Carolina.
In the Niagara region, Mr. Holler is the founding music director of the Mercredi Musique String Chamber Ensemble & Chorus and has conducted the Peninsula Orchestra and the Niagara Children’s Chorus. He has been a guest conductor with the Westminster Community Orchestra and assistant conductor with the Lawrenceville Community Orchestra in New Jersey.
In Hamilton, he has directed the McMaster University Choir and is currently the music director of the Mohawk College Community Choir. In the fall of 2010, Mr. Holler began working on his Doctorate of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting at the University of Toronto with Dr. Hilary Apfelstadt. At University of Toronto, he is the currently the conductor for the Men's Chorus and assistant conductor for the faculty's elite choir, MacMillan Singers.
Mr. Holler is very pleased to have been named the new Artistic Director for Fanshawe Chorus London, The Gerald Fagan Singers and Concert Players Orchestra in London, Ontario.