Krystal Morin, voice, 2G MCS Conductor
Ms. Morin passionately believes that everyone can sing! She is eager to work with students who want to know more about the amazing versatility and capabilities of the voice. She loves exploring music of all styles and working with students of all ages. Through a positive and encouraging environment, Ms. Morin leads singers to experience the power and confidence in their unique instrument and empowers them to meet their personal singing goals.
Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education, Plymouth State University. During her time at PSU, Ms. Morin’s primary focus was voice, which she studied with Amanda Munton, with secondary emphasis on piano, which she studied with Dr. Carleen Graff. She was the recipient of the PSU Choral Fellowship with Dr. Dan Perkins from 2009-2011. Masters of Music in Choral Conducting, Boston Conservatory at Berklee. During her time at BoCo, she studied conducting with Dr. George Case and voice with Kevin Wilson.
Krystal Morin is a New England based conductor, singer, and educator who believes in music as a tool for personal and community empowerment. As a conductor, singer, and musical leader, she is constantly pursuing new opportunities to engage in impactful music-making experiences.
In addition to her work at the Music School, Krystal serves as an assistant conductor with Boston Children’s Chorus and serves as assistant music director for Manchester Choral Society (NH). As a singer, Krystal performs regularly with the New Hampshire Master Chorale, VOICES 21C, and Manchester Choral Society. She has appeared as a soloist frequently with Manchester Choral Society and has also made solo appearances with Music on Norway Pond and Acton Community Chorus.