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Music Director


Jennifer Lang

​​Dr. Jennifer Lang is an Assistant Professor of Music Education and the Director of Choral Activities at the University of Saskatchewan where she conducts the Greystone Singers and teaches Choral Literature, Choral Methods, Choral Pedagogy, Philosophy of Music Education, Introduction to Music Education, and Elementary Music Methods.   She is the organizer of the Department of Music’s Music Education in Action Series and the founder and organizer of the uSing uSask Choral Festival.   Currently Jennifer serves as the past-president on the board of the Saskatchewan Choral Federation and a member of Choral Canada’s Advocacy Committee and Editorial Committee.  Prior to completing her doctorate, Jennifer served as a program leader of vocal and instrumental secondary school music with the District of Niagara Arts Academy in the District School Board of Niagara.  


Dr. Lang’s research examines engagement and agency in music education programs, including informal music learning in a variety of educational contexts, music creation in the classroom, and intergenerational singing programs. Jennifer is also active as a conductor, choral adjudicator, clinician and conference presenter with local, provincial, national, and international invitations.   Dr. Lang has adjudicated most recently at Cantando Festival 2019 in Alberta; ChorFest 2019 in Saskatchewan; the Moose Jaw Band and Choral Festival 2019 in Moose Jaw Saskatchewan; ChoralFest North 2018 in Alberta; 2017 Cantando Sun Peaks Festival in British Columbia; and ChorFest 2016 in Saskatchewan.  Her recent international conference presentations include:  International Symposium on the Sociology of Music Education (2019, 2013); Research in Music Education (2019, 2017, 2015); Choral Canada's Podium (2018), Progressive Methods in Music Education (2018); and the International Society for Music Education (2016, 2014, 2012).


Rod Epp

Rod received his B.Mus. degree from the University of Saskatchewan, and obtained Licentiate and Fellowship diplomas in piano performance from the Trinity College of London, England. He works part time for the Sask Health Authority and maintains a small private piano studio. Other choral duties include pianist for the Saskatoon Chamber Singers and directing a local church choir.
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