David Binns Williams
Lecturer in Aural Studies
B.M., M.M. (Indiana) M.M. (Cincinnati) E-mail
David has been conducting the Vanderbilt Community Chorus since the fall of 2008. He also conducts the Vanderbilt Concert Choir, a group of about 75 students of all majors. He holds an undergraduate degree in Piano Performance from Indiana University, Bloomington and graduate degrees in Music Theory and Choral Conducting from Indiana and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. As a faculty member of the Blair School of Music, he also teaches courses in Music Theory. Before coming to Vanderbilt, David worked in the music business, writing and producing music for nationally-broadcast TV and radio commercials. He has also served on the faculty of Middle Tennessee State University and Belmont University. A Nashville native, David has both directed and sung in numerous choirs in the Nashville and Cincinnati areas.
For information about the Vanderbilt Community Chorus, contact David or the Blair School of Music.
Founding Director and Conductor, 2000-2008
Pam's choirs have performed at American Choral Directors Association conventions. She has been a festival and workshop leader for elementary and junior high choral festivals throughout the region. Pam's choirs have received many superior awards in various competitions.
Pam formerly directed the Vanderbilt University Concert Choir and Chamber Singers.
Pam was the full-time director of Music in Presbyterian and United Methodist Churches, 1988-99.
Associate Dean, Blair School of Music; Senior Lecturer in Choral Music, Blair School of Music, 1988-98 and from 1999 to the present.