Music Director Kathy Sherlock-Green of Lyme NH joined the Cantabile Women's Chorus in September 2016,
Kathy has had a 30 plus year career in the Upper Valley as a choral conductor, music educator, song leader, voice teacher, and singer. Currently she is the Director of Choral Music at the Norwich Congregational Church in Norwich, Vermont where she directs its Senior and Youth Choir. She founded and conducts its annual Children’s Choir Festival. She is also part of the music staff at the Bernice A. Ray Elementary School in Hanover, New Hampshire where she can be seen every Wednesday morning leading a K-1 student, staff and community sing-along.
Kathy taught music at the Marion Cross Elementary School in Norwich, Vermont from 1989-2005. Young singers from her ensembles have been chosen to participate in honor choirs at both the National and Eastern Division American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Conferences yearly since 2006.
She was a founding member of the New Hampshire Master Chorale under the direction of Dr. Dan Perkins of Plymouth State University and sang with the ensemble from 2003-2015. She conducted its first annual Children’s Choral Festival in 2011. She has performed with Opera North, White River Theatre Festival, Parish Players, and Revels North. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, she received her Bachelor of Music in Education from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. She lives in Hanover with her husband Dick Green and their two children Eleanor and Sasha.
Accompanist Jeanne Chambers of Hanover, NH has served as accompanist for area choruses, solo artists, and theatrical organizations including the Handel Society, the Dartmouth Chamber Singers, the Hanover High School and Frances C. Richmond School choruses, and North Country Community Theater.
After marking 20 years as accompanist for the Hanover High School chorus, Ms. Chambers “retired” to focus on teaching advanced piano students as well as working as a free-lance accompanist. Ms. Chambers holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Oberlin College and a Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School.