Location: Virginia, USA
Glen McCune is one of the founders and Artistic Director Emeritus of One Voice Chorus in Richmond, Virginia (retured). The mission of One Voice is to seek racial healing between Americans of African and European descent, through great choral music. Founded in 2002, One Voice averages about 120 members and sings 3 major concerts a year. Learn more about One Voice, including history and repertoire, at onevoicechorus.org.
Currently living in South Bend, Indiana, Glen is originally from Texas, Glen came to Richmond from Denver, Colorado, where he and his family lived for 30 years. Holding a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education, and a Master of Music degree in Conducting, Glen has been directing choirs professionally since the age of 19. In Denver, he taught music, conducted two community orchestras and two community choirs, presented productions of Handel’s Messiah, Mendelssohn's Elijah, Haydn’s The Creation, Beethoven's Mass in C and Choral Fantasy, Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors, Robert Ray’s The Gospel Mass, Ralph Vaughan WIlliams' Dona Nobis Pacem, and R. Nathaniel Dett's The Ordering of Moses, as well as several broadway musicals. Coming to Richmond as Director of Music at St. Giles Presbyterian Church, Glen became involved in the church’s work with racial reconciliation, leading to the founding of One Voice Chorus (onevoicechorus.org).