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Natalie Mallis is the Director of Choral Studies at Muskingum University, where she directs the Symphonic Choir, Chamber Singers, Choral Society and teaches courses in music education. Prior appointments include Director of Choral Activities at the University of South Florida and Bluffton University. Additionally, she has served on the choral music faculties at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, and as the Associate Conductor of the University of North Texas A Cappella Choir. From 2016-2019, Mallis made history as the first female Artistic Director of the Singers’ Club of Cleveland, a men’s chorus celebrating musical excellence since 1892. Mallis maintains an active schedule as guest conductor, adjudicator, and choral clinician.
As a professional choral singer, Natalie has performed seasons, concerts, and recordings with the San Antonio Chamber Choir, the Cleveland Chamber Choir, and has appeared at the Boston Early Music Festival with the University of North Texas Collegium Singers.