Dr. William Chunestudy has served the Seventh-day Adventist Church for over 40 years. He served as an academy music teacher for 11 years, as an Assistant Professor of Music at La Sierra University for 13 years and as a college/university administrator for 14 years. Dr. Chunestudy received his Bachelor’s Degree from Union College, Lincoln NE, his Master’s Degree from the University of Nebraska, and his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Choral Conducting from The Claremont Graduate University, in Claremont, CA. Dr. Chunestudy currently conducts three choral ensembles near his home in Southern California, the La Sierra University Vocal Octet Alumni Choir, the William Chunestudy Chorale and the William Chunestudy Men’s Chorus which he originated and has conducted since 2005. Dr. Chunestudy has conducted choral clinics and vocal workshops throughout the United States and in several foreign countries, including two separate workshops at the Adventist University of the Philippines. He currently serves the SDA Church as Educational Resource Specialist for Adventist Risk Management, Inc. He and his wife Juli have three grown children and 6 beautiful grandchildren.
The William Chunestudy Men’s Chorus (WCMC) exists for the purpose of praising God through music and furthering the work of proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations. Established in fall of 2005 the men’s chorus is made up of individuals from a wide variety of professions throughout Southern California. Recently, the WCMC was the featured ensemble at the Oregon Men’s Chorus Festival in Portland. This was the second invitation the WCMC received for this festival. We are currently in the process of producing our second album of concert favorites. “A Tribute to the Music of Wayne Hooper” was released in 2012 is available for sale. Our prayer is that the music presented will be a blessing to God and to all who listen. Your support is greatly appreciated.
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Children under 3 sitting on the lap of an adult are admitted free (no ticket needed).