William Chin, Conductor, All-State Choral Camp
William Chin is Assistant Conductor of the Chicago Symphony Chorus, of which he is also a singer and a member of the six-voice Resident Ensemble. He is also the founder and artistic director of The Oriana Singers, a six-voice ensemble that has presented concerts in the Midwest, Europe and Central America since 1979. He is the Director of the Symphony Chorus for the Symphony of Oak Park and River Forest.
Mr. Chin is Minister of Music at First United Church of Oak Park, where he directs the sanctuary choir and started the Music At First concert series. He is also director of the Anshe Emet Synagogue Choir and last spring he was appointed Music Director of the Oak Park and River Forest Children’s Chorus. He served as assistant conductor and bass section leader of the Chamber Singers at Holy Name Cathedral. He was also Artistic Director of the Chicago Children's Choir from 1993 to 1999.
Bill is active as a singer in the Chicago area and performs with the Cathedral Singers and Schola Antiqua, as well as in numerous recording sessions. He is an adjunct faculty member at Roosevelt University and is a recipient of a Joseph Jefferson Citation