2022 Colorado Music Educators Association Conference 2022 Colorado Music Educators Association Conference

Western Colorado University - Choir

MST
Broadmoor Hall B

Heather Roberson
Western Colorado University, Director of Choral Activities and Professor of Voice

Dr. Heather Roberson is Director of Choral Activities and Professor of Voice at Western Colorado University in Gunnison where she directs Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, teaches studio voice, music education, conducting, music history, seminar in music research, and courses in the general education curriculum. She also organizes and oversees the annual Western Slope Honor Choir festival, a high school honor choir that brings over 150 students from around the state to campus each spring.

Dr. Roberson has been a soprano soloist in the Gunnison and Crested Butte communities, as well as performed with Western’s Chamber Orchestra, the Dodge City Symphony (KS), and the Iowa Wesleyan University Concert Choir. Prior to her appointment at WCU, she was the Director of Choral Activities and Voice Instructor at Dodge City Community College, and also served on the voice faculty at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa.

Dr. Roberson received her DMA in Choral Conducting with honors from the University of Kansas, her MA in Choral Conducting from the University of Iowa, and her BM in Vocal Performance from Illinois Wesleyan University.

Heather is married to Dave and they have two children, Grant and Leah.


Presider - Kenneth W. Todd, Western Colorado University, Department of Music Program Director

Concert Host - Teri Bohl, VMC Secretary