Margaret Burk

Margaret Burk (b. 1990) is a conductor and composer currently pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in choral conducting at the University of Michigan, where she studies with Eugene Rogers. At Michigan, Margaret is the Assistant Conductor of the Women’s Glee Club and the primary instructor of Sounds from Within, a prison-based music workshop. She also serves as Director of Music Ministries at Westside United Methodist Church in Ann Arbor and sings in the Detroit-based professional choral ensemble Audivi. Recent guest conducting engagements have included the Presbyterian Association of Musicians Conference on Worship and Music at Montreat and the Royal School of Church Music in America’s King’s College Training Course.
A passionate choral singer, scholar, and advocate for social justice in the arts, Margaret earned the Master of Music degree from the Yale School of Music/Institute of Sacred Music, where she studied with Marguerite Brooks, Jeffrey Douma, and David Hill. At Yale, she received the Robert Shaw prize for outstanding achievement in choral conducting and the Institute’s Faculty Prize for academic excellence and community engagement. She received the Bachelor of Music degree from St. Olaf College, where she studied with Anton Armstrong and sang in the St. Olaf Choir. 

Choral octavos
New! I Lift Up My Eyes (Margaret Burk, SATB and organ, 410-805, Mod. diff.)
New! Preces and Responses (Margaret Burk, SATB a cappella, 410-952, Mod. diff.)


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