Kenneth D. Williams, Professor of Music, Director of Choral Activities
Kenneth D. Williams is a professor of music and the director of choral activities. He earned a doctor of musical arts degree in choral conducting from the University of Miami and a master of music degree in vocal performance from the University of South Florida.
He holds a bachelor degree in vocal performance and music business from the University of Miami and an associate of arts degree in music from Broward Community College and a DMA degree from the University of Miami.
Prior to his arrival at TAMUK Dr. Williams served as Associate Professor and Director of Choral Activities at Dickinson State University and as associate director of distance learning for the University of South Florida and its College of Engineering. As a soloist and conductor, he has performed in a number of positions including: assistant director of the University of Miami Chamber Singers and the Civic Chorale of Greater Miami; artistic director of the men's choruses of Tampa Bay Arts and South Florida Choral Arts; and music director of St. John's
United Methodist Church in Miami Beach. Williams has worked in administration and production with such organizations as the Lyric Opera of Chicago, Greater Miami Opera, Spoleto Festival, and Festival dei due Monid.
In addition to his duties as director of choral and vocal studies and conducting the choral ensembles, Dr. Williams teaches the secondary choral methods course, vocal pedagogy and diction, choral conducting, applied voice, voice class, and music appreciation.
MSC 174 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
Personal Website: http://www.tamuk.edu/music/
This page was last updated on: August 24, 2014