Phone: (610) 868-2971 Ext. 2423
David B. Macbeth, a founding vocal/choral faculty member of the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts conducts two of the school’s six choral ensembles, and teaches classes in honors level music history, Advanced Placement music theory, vocal techniques, and keyboarding.
David holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in music education from West Chester University, studying voice under Dr. Larry Dorminy and conducting under Dr. David DeVenney.
While at West Chester, David was awarded numerous merit and performance scholarships, and in 2003 won the Tri-State region graduate-division of the NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) vocal competition. Since becoming a Lehigh Valley resident in 2003, David has become a sought after Baritone soloist, vocal coach, conductor, and accompanist.
His ensemble’s recent performances include Mozart’s Coronation Mass, excerpts from Beethoven’s Mass in C, Berstein’s Chichester Psalms, Randall Thompson’s Feast of Praise, Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeternam, as well as smaller choral works by composers from Josquin to the present day.
David also serves as the Minister of Music at St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Allentown, PA, where he performs as principal organist, and conducts the Chancel Choir and English Handbell ensembles.