Bingham Vick, Jr, Conductor and Artistic Director
Bingham Vick, Jr. is in his fortieth season as Artistic Director and Conductor of the Greenville Chorale. Since 1981 he has expanded the repertoire of the Chorale and excited the Chorale’s ever-growing audience with highly acclaimed performances of great choral-orchestral literature. In 1997 he founded and continues to conduct the professional Herring Chamber Ensemble. Dr. Vick retired as Professor Emeritus from Furman University in May, 2010. He was Director of Furman Singers for forty years. A native of Charlotte, NC, he earned degrees from Stetson University and Northwestern University, where he was a student of Margaret Hillis and Assistant Conductor of the Chicago Symphony Chorus. He sang for several years in the Robert Shaw Festival Chorus, conducted by Robert Shaw.