<p>Eric Howe is a frequent guest soloist, chorister, conductor, and piano and organ accompanist for many groups. He is also in demand as a clinician and adjudicator. As well as private teaching, Eric teaches Vocal Physiology and Pedagogy at the San Franicsco Conservatory of Music. At Holy Names University, Eric teaches voice and vocal pedagogy, Introduction to Music Pedagogy, supervises graduate projects, and has taught conducting, organ, and conducted the HNU Chamber Singers. He is past Cal-Western regional NATS governor, was president of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of NATS, and chaired its annual Singing Festival. Previous faculty positions include: San Francisco State University, Columbia College (Chicago), Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, and the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana.<br />His current students sing in professional and semi-professional situations in the Bay Area, and former students are singing professionally around the world.</p>
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