The MIT Women's Chorale

Director Biography: Kevin J.N. Galiè, J.D., M.M.

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Kevin Galiè directs several choruses in the Boston area and has played non-piano keyboard instruments with every major professional orchestra and ensemble in New England, including the BSO. His other choruses are the all-Italian repertoire Coro-Dante, which he founded at the Dante Alighieri Society in Cambridge, and the Men’s Schola and Schola Collegium of the Pope St. John XXIII National Seminary in Weston, MA. He is also music director of St. Benedict Church in East Somerville - a bilingual church that is home to the area's sanctuary El-Salvadoran community. He is founder and president of Ensemble Adriatico, Inc., through which he directed and recorded the Evergreen Orchestra of Taiwan in his own orchestration of the ballet Le Corsaire, and will be recording in Taiwan this coming August his orchestration of the ballet La Bayadere, which is currently being performed by the National Ballet of Portugal.

He performs in a variety of summer concert series in Italy each year. His ballet arrangements and re-orchestrations have been performed by major ballet companies on three continents, including The American Ballet Theatre at The Metropolitan Opera House, The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., The Royal Ballet, and The Royal Ballet of Flanders this year. Upcoming performances will take place in Istanbul and Budapest. Mr. Galiè has also served as orchestrator and assistant conductor for the Rome Opera Ballet and the Ballet of the Arena di Verona and will do the same for La Scala in Milan in 2017.

He holds Bachelor’s degrees in Music and Management Information Systems and the degree of Juris Doctor from Boston University and a Master of Music degree from The Boston Conservatory. He has directed the MIT Women’s Chorale since 2008.

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Last updated December 9, 2016