Visiting Professor of Choral Studies
Jon Stuber most recently served as Organist/Choirmaster of First Presbyterian Church in Portland. He earned his DMA and MM degrees from the University of Texas at Austin and his BM degree from Baylor University. As a highly sought-after musician, Dr. Stuber has served as accompanist for Resonance Ensemble, Consonare Chorale, and the University of Portland Women’s Choir. He also served as staff accompanist for the Oregon Repertory Singers Youth Choir and has performed locally with Oregon Repertory Singers, Portland Vocal Consort, Columbia Chorale and the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, he served as guest conductor for the 10th Anniversary Season of Belle Voci Women’s Ensemble and was adjunct faculty at the University of Portland. Dr. Stuber is delighted to return as guest conductor for Community Chorale at Lewis and Clark College while Dr. Katherine FitzGibbon is on maternity leave.
While completing his doctoral program, Dr. Stuber made his European debut at Truro Cathedral in Cornwall, England. He has shared his passion for organ, piano and conducting in concert throughout Oregon, Washington, California, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Illinois and Wisconsin.