Dr. Stuart Dameron, a native of Denver, Colorado, is a regularly sought-after singer, conductor,
director, clinician, vocal instructor, music educator, and performer. He is an active choral singer
and soloist who has performed in over thirty concert solo engagements with distinguished
choral ensembles throughout the state including the Vittoria Ensemble, Anima Chamber
Ensemble, Colorado Bach Ensemble, and Fort Collins Opera. He has performed over a dozen
leading theatrical roles on the stage with Opera Fort Collins, CSU Opera Theater, Opera On Tap,
and others, and has performed and toured with choirs around the world, including in England,
South Korea, Germany and the Czech Republic. In June of 2012 he participated in the inaugural
performance of the Colorado Bach Ensemble and since then he has been a proud member and
Stuart is the Director of Worship at South Suburban Christian Church in Littleton, CO and
previously served four years on the faculty of the Colorado State University School of Music.
Prior to this he taught choral music in the public and private school systems of Colorado.
Stuart earned his Doctor of Music Arts in Choral Conducting with a Minor in Vocal Pedagogy
from Louisiana State University, studying voice under Dr. Loraine Sims, and earned both his
Bachelor’s degree in Music Education and his Master’s degree in Choral Conducting from
Colorado State University, studying under Dr. James Kim and Prof. Cynthia Vaughn.