The MIT Women's Chorale

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

KG photo Kevin Galiè holds Bachelor’s degrees in music and computer science and the degree of Juris Doctor from Boston University, and a Master of Music Degree from The Boston Conservatory.  He is music director at the Blessed John XXIII National Seminary and continues to play non-piano orchestral keyboards with every major performing ensemble in Boston; in February he will play with the Boston Philharmonic. In summers he performs regularly as soloist and with various ensembles in Italy.  His ballet arrangements and re-orchestrations have been performed by major ballet companies on three continents.

In January he conducted the Evergreen Orchestra of Taiwan for a recording of one of his several ballet re-orchestrations. The resulting CD of "Le Corsaire" is now available on Amazon.com. His ballet orchestrations were performed this year at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the Ballet of Montevideo, Uruguay, and the Teatro Colon of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and next June will be done at Lincoln Center in New York City. He has worked in recent years as orchestrator and assistant conductor for the Rome Opera Ballet and the Ballet of the Arena di Verona. Mr. Galiè is the founding Music Director of the Italian repertoire Coro Dante of the Dante Alighieri Society. He has directed the MIT Women’s Chorale since 2008.

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Last updated November 28, 2012