Appointed in the fall of 2017, Jonathan Mott is the Resident Conductor and Teaching Assistant of the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum. Outside of his work with Collegium, Jonathan is an active conductor and composer in the Boston area serving as Music Director - Choir at University Lutheran Church in Harvard Square and Assistant Conductor of the Back Bay Chorale where he provides musical leadership for the Chorale’s “BRIDGES” outreach efforts.
Jonathan’s recent conducting engagements include a performance of Bruce Brolsma’s 2006 cantata God For Us at University Lutheran Church and programming and conducting Back Bay Chorale’s March 2017 concert, Essential Voices: Da Pacem.
Jonathan holds a master’s degree in Choral Conducting from Boston University where he studied with Scott Allen Jarrett, David Hoose and George Case. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Music from Boston College where he studied composition with Thomas Oboe Lee and Ralf Gawlick and conducting with John Finney.