STEVEN BRENNFLECK CONDUCTOR

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CONDUCTOR

Steven Brennfleck

Steven Brennfleck is the founder and conductor of the Ars Longa Ensemble. 

 

As a guest clinician and presenter, he has collaborated with choral programs at Montclair State University, Rider University, San Jose State University, Temple University, the University of Texas at Austin, and Westminster Choir College. Additional posts include assistant conducting of the Greater South Jersey Chorus, Montclair State University Chorale, Rutgers University-Camden Singers, the Westminster Chapel Choir, and the Westminster Conservatory Youth Chorale.

 

Dr. Brennfleck received his terminal degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was conductor of the Women’s Chorus and assistant conductor for the Choral Arts Society, the UT Chamber Singers, and the Butler Opera Center. Prior to his studies in Texas, he served as Director of Choral Activities and Liturgical Music at DeSales University in Center Valley, PA where he led the University’s three choral ensembles.

O sacrum convivium | Messiaen

Ave Maria | David Conte

SUPPORT

The Ars Longa Ensemble is a fiscally sponsored project through Fractured Atlas.

Donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 
 
 

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The Ars Longa Ensemble
P.O. Box 650063
Austin, TX 78765
 

ABOUT US

The Ars Longa Ensemble is dedicated to the elevation and preservation of the timeless art of choral music. Through the engagement of gifted and passionate vocal artists we aim to provide our audiences with an experience that stirs the soul and leaves a lasting impression on the heart. 

Founded in 2015, its members consist of teachers, performers, conductors, and emerging professionals from throughout the Austin area. In 2016 the Ensemble formed the Conducting Fellowship Program, aimed at offering a unique educational opportunity for aspiring choral conductors.