Casey Cook serves as the operations coordinator for Chorus America, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience from decades of singing, conducting, and composing for choirs around the nation.
He maintains a busy schedule as the director of the American University Chorus, where he also serves as musician in residence, and as the founder and artistic director of Artifice, a choral ensemble in Washington, DC dedicated to help explore the next generation of choral music by encouraging new and experimental choral works and performance techniques. He also sings in the professional-core of the Cathedral Choral Society at Washington National Cathedral.
Casey was awarded a doctor of musical arts in choral conducting from the University of Arizona for his research into the compositional completion of Gerald Finzi’s Requiem da Camera. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Miami University, and a master’s degree in choral conducting from the University of South Florida.