World Projects Faculty Member

Jing Ling-Tam

Dr. Jing Ling-Tam leads the Traditional Choir at St. Andrew’s Catholic Church in Fort Worth. TX and she serves as Professor of Choral and Vocal Arts at the University of Texas, Arlington. She has garnered international recognition in North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia. Ling-Tam has conducted in over 40 states and in 20 countries, and at numerous American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) conferences.

As former Director of Choral Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington, her choirs performed at national and regional ACDA conferences, Texas Music Educators Association Conferences, and toured in the US, Mexico, Canada, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Austria. Ling-Tam served as associate conductor, chorus master, and principal coach pianist for the Ft. Worth Opera Association for 16 seasons, and was on the faculty at the American Institute of Musical Studies, Graz, Austria for 11 summers.

Ling-Tam conducted the 2010 Australian National Choral Association’s Honor Choir and was a member of the international jury for the 2010 World Choir Games in China. Her other credits include conducting the Taipei Symphony, the Coro de Madrigalistas of Mexico, and presenting workshops and lectures for the Children’s Palaces of Ningbo, Xiamen and Guangzhou in China; Festival 500, the Ontario Vocal Festival & Choral Conductors’ Symposium; Podium 2008; the 2006 International Youth Choral Festival; and the 2007 and 2009 Salzburg Pedagogical Institute Winter Workshops. Ling-Tam also served on juries for the 2007 Third World Children’s Choral Festival, Spittal an der Drau 45th International Choral Competition in Austria, and the 2008 World Choir Games in Austria.

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