Nollie Moore is the director of the Music Program and an instructor of voice at Columbia College in Columbia, Mo., where he directs the highly selective campus chamber choir, the Jane Froman Singers, as well as the newly formed campus show choir.
He is the faculty advisor to the college A Capella Society and the campus drama club, The Elysium Players. His singers can be heard on two professional compact disc recordings. "Simply American" is a compilation of performances from the groups many international tours and "Peace," a full-length disc containing several of the works performed by the group annually at the home campus Holiday Lighting Festival. Concert tours have taken members to New York City’s Carnegie Hall, the great Cathedrals of Scotland, England, Austria, Italy, and Ireland, and the state of the art concert halls of The Republic of China.
Moore is active as a professional tenor singing regularly throughout the Midwest and abroad. Moore most recently sang the tenor solos for Handel's "Messiah" in Dublin and London to critical acclaim. Moore’s professional regional musical theater work includes "The Music Man," "Forever Plaid" and "Fiddler on the Roof."
Moore has served or is currently serving on the board of directors for the Columbia College Alumni Association, Theater Reaching Young People in Schools, the Columbia Civic Orchestra and the Missouri Symphony Society. Moore serves as director of Traditional Music, Broadway Christian Church.
Courses taught at Columbia College
- The Jane Froman Singers
- Applied Voice (MUSI 283/284)
- Music Appreciation (MUSI 122)
- Musical Theater/Opera Workshop (MUSI 102)
- Chamber Choir (MUSI 322)
- Music of the United States (MUSI 323)
- Basic and Advanced Conducting (MUSI 420)
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