William Hedrick

Dr. David Hedrick is associate professor of music at Campbellsville University School of Music.  In his 10th year at CU, he spent 28 years in the public schools as a high school choral director.  He has been a church musician for over 40 years and most recently retired as musical director at the outdoor musical drama "The Stephen Foster Story" located in Bardstown, KY.  At CU he is director of the University Concert Chorus and teaches applied voice and arranging.  He has over 25 compositions and arrangements published and is an accomplished singer (tenor) with more than 50 years of performance credits in opera, musical theater, oratorio, and recitals.  He is a frequent adjudicator for vocal and choral festivals and been a guest soloist for many oratorio performances.  Although retired from vocal concert performances, he has devoted much of his time at CU working on arrangements of vocal and instrumental music as well as composing original compositions for solo voice, SATB, instrumental solos for a variety of ensembles, including strings, woodwinds, marimba, guitar, orchestra,  handbell choir, etc.).  Hedrick strives to make his compositions and arrangements suitable for all levels of performance.

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“Tired! A Sign of the Times?”

Статья 04.09.2014

“Tired! A Sign of the Times?” How often have you asked a student, “How are you, today?” and their response was “Tired!”   As a former public school choral director, I would stand at the door of the choral room and chat with entering students. ...

CU Music Faculty Member Retires From “The Stephen Foster Story” After 40 Years

Статья 04.09.2014

CU Music Faculty Member Retires From “The Stephen Foster Story” After 40 Years   “Neither heat nor rain nor tree frogs and crickets stays these singers from the swift completion of their nightly performance.”   This paraphrase of the ...

Music Teachers: Times Are Changing!

Статья 04.09.2014

Music Teachers: Times Are Changing! By Dr. David Hedrick The Times They Are A-Changin' is the third studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan , released in January 1964 by Columbia Records .     If this sentiment by Bob ...