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Josua Wilson

As a music educator and performer in the Baltimore/DC area, Joshua is passionate about pursuing the artistry and the truth in music, in all of its forms.

Joshua has worked as a public school vocal/general music teacher for over ten years. During this time, he has taught at both the elementary and high school levels. He has also served as an Assistant Director for the Prince George’s County High School Honors Chorus and as the Coordinator of the Howard County Elementary School Festival Chorus.

As a freelance Bass-Baritone, Joshua has worked as a soloist and a professional chorister throughout the region. Engagements have included: the Choir of St. David’s of Roland Park in Baltimore, which is regularly featured on WBJC–Baltimore’s Classical Radio Station; the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, which included collaborations with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Reading Symphony Orchestra, and Sweet Honey in the Rock; Canticum Novum, a vocal chamber ensemble dedicated to performing new music and runner-up for the American Prize; and the Maryland Choral Society.

Joshua earned his BM in Voice Performance at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA. He received his MM in Voice Performance from the Peabody Conservatory and his MM in Music Education from Boston University.



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B.M. in Voice Performance – Susquehanna University
MM in Voice Performance – Peabody Conservatory
M.M. in Music Education – Boston University