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Steven Brennfleck is currently the conductor of Austin’s newest professional choir, the Ars Longa Ensemble.  A graduate of Westminster Choir College, he has been chosen as a fellow for some of the country’s top training programs:  Chorus America’s Choral/Orchestral Conducting Masterclass, The Oregon Bach Festival, and The Voices of Ascension Conductor Academy. 


As a guest clinician and presenter, he has collaborated with choral programs and festivals with the Hamptons Music Educators Association, Montclair State University, the Princeton Day School, Rider University, San Jose State University, Temple University, the University of Texas at Austin, and Westminster Choir College.   Additional posts include assistant conducting of the Greater South Jersey Chorus, Montclair State University Chorale, Rutgers University-Camden Singers, the Westminster Chapel Choir, and the Westminster Conservatory Youth Chorale. 


Dr. Brennfleck received his terminal degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was conductor of the Women’s Chorus and assistant conductor for the Choral Arts Society, the UT Chamber Singers, and the Butler Opera Center.  Prior to his studies in Texas, he served as Director of Choral Activities and Liturgical Music at DeSales University in Center Valley, PA where he led the University’s three choral ensembles.

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