Quincy Point Music Academy

Dana MaelznerAlyson Greer was appointed conductor of the Handel and Haydn Society Young Women's Chorus in August 2011. Since 2006, Greer has been Director of Choral Music at Hanover High School, where she directs five choirs: the Concert Chorus, Freshmen Womenʼs Chorale, VOX (select honors womenʼs ensemble), The Corporation (menʼs a cappella ensemble), and Mad-Jazz Choir (select chamber choir). Her Hanover High ensembles consistently earn gold ratings and medals at the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) and Heritage Music Festival statewide competitions.

VOX was one of only two choral ensembles chosen from 18 others statewide for the 2010 Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) All- State Convention Concert Hour, has been awarded MICCA gold medals at MICCA four out of the last five years, and was featured in MICCAʼs 2011 gold medal showcase Stars @ Symphony at Symphony Hall. Greer is the Co-Founder and Assistant Director of Quincy Point Music Academy where she teaches voice lessons. Greer was Director of Music and Choirs at Quincy Point Congregational Church from 2007 to 2011, however, she still conducts the Quincy Point Congregational Church Handbell Choir "The Point Ringers."

Greer holds a Bachelor of Music degree (magna cum laude) in Vocal Performance and a Master of Music Education degree, both from The Boston Conservatory. She was a Full Conductor Fellow at the Sarteano Chamber Choir Conducting Workshop (Tuscany, Italy), where she participated in master classes with Simon Carrington and Bronislawa Falinska and was a featured alto soloist in the Chamber Choir. A mezzo-soprano, Greer is an active performer in the Boston area and has performed as a soloist with the Quincy Summer Singers and the Eastern Nazarene College Choral Union in their annual performances of Handelʼs Messiah.

Quincy Point Congregational Church
Quincy Point Congregational Church
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