Meg Weckworth

Meg Weckworth

Resident Conductor, Radcliffe Choral Society
Interim Choral Associate (until May 2018)
Meg Weckworth

Margaret Weckworth is the Resident Conductor and Teaching Fellow for the Radcliffe Choral Society at Harvard University. This academic year she also holds the position of interim Choral Associate for the Harvard Choruses. During the summer, she serves as an Assistant Conductor for the Harvard Summer Chorus. In addition to her work at Harvard University, Ms. Weckworth is an Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music where she teaches conducting.

Maintaining an active interest in non-profit and arts administration, Ms. Weckworth is currently in her fourth year as the Music Program Administrator for Boston University’s Music at Marsh Chapel. Ms. Weckworth’s responsibilities at Marsh Chapel span ensemble management, development, fundraising, and community engagement, while also singing regularly with the Marsh Chapel Choir. She is the former Co-General Manager of Boston’s Lorelei Ensemble and the former Executive Director of the New Jersey-based Madison Holleran Foundation.

Ms. Weckworth holds a B.M. in music education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and an M.M. in choral conducting from Boston University where she studied with Ann Howard Jones and Scott Allen Jarrett.

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