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Rosephanye Powell, professor of voice, is featured in the March volume of the Choral Journal. Since 1959, the Choral Journal has been the refereed, international journal of the American Choral Directors Association. The volume year runs August through June/July and contains 11 issues, which are circulated to 20,000 subscribers in 44 countries.

Powell has been hailed as one of America’s premier women composers of choral music. Her primary performance and research areas are the African-American spiritual, the art songs of William Grant Still and voice-care concerns for choral singers and directors. She has performed recitals and served as a clinician at venues nationally and internationally. She serves yearly as a conductor for All-State and Honor Choirs around the country. Additionally, she is a clinician and adjudicator for choral festivals, including Festival Disney.

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Click here to read the interview with Powell in Choral Journal