Hailed by the Washington Post for his “dazzling expertise” on the podium, Donald McCullough is considered one of America’s pre-eminent choral conductors. He became the Director of the Jacksonville Symphony Chorus in 2012. In November 2014 he led the Jacksonville Symphony Chorus on its first appearance in Carnegie Hall.
The Guardian called Saint-Saëns’ Symphony No. 3 “…a cutting-edge and gloriously tuneful work.” The composer himself said of the piece, “I gave everything to it I was able to give.” Join the Symphony as we showcase the Bryan Concert Organ for this wonderful concert, played by Jacksonville Symphony Chorus Director, Donald McCullough.
With some of the area’s finest voices, Jacksonville Symphony Chorus members come from all walks of life who share the spirit of singing great choral music. With a three-decade tradition of making great music with the Jacksonville Symphony, the roster includes many professional musicians, skilled amateur performers and students.