Nicole Snodgrass received her B.S. in Music Education from West Chester University and her M.M. in Choral Conducting from Messiah University. She has been the choral director at Cherokee High School in Marlton, New Jersey since 1999 and has been teaching vocal music for nearly 30 years. Ms. Snodgrass’ choirs have performed at The White House, Carnegie Hall, with the band Foreigner, and have toured England, Ireland, San Francisco, New York City, Boston, New Orleans, and Charleston, South Carolina. They have been featured performers at ACDA and NJMEA conferences. Ms. Snodgrass has provided workshops for her students with renowned musicians VOCES8, Paul Phoenix, The King’s Singers, Ola Gjeilo, David Conte, Rollo Dilworth, Amanda Quist, Tom Shelton, and Gabriel Crouch.
Ms. Snodgrass was conductor of the 2020 New Jersey All-State Treble Chorus as well as the recipient of the 2020 NJMEA New Jersey Master Music Teacher Award. She has been a guest presenter for Westminster Choir College, Messiah University, The College of New Jersey, and University of the Arts. She is a two-time quarterfinalist for the Grammy Music Educator Award and was named one of Suburban Family Magazine’s “Outstanding Teachers.”
In addition to teaching, she has sung professionally for more than thirty years, serving as soprano soloist at Historic Old Pine Street Church in Philadelphia since 1996. She has been a featured soloist with the Brandywine Valley Chorale, Ocean City Pops Orchestra, and has performed choral works with the Kennett Symphony, Pennsylvania Ballet, and Delaware Symphony Orchestra.
B.S. in Music Education, West Chester University
M.M. in Choral Conducting, Messiah University