Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs (GMYC) is delighted to announce the hirings of Judy Leeds as Administrative Coordinator, and Margaret Dodson-Buhl as pianist for the Cecilia Ensemble. These hirings are in alignment with GMYC’s reopening strategy and will lead us forward in our mission to provide opportunities for young singers to share the rewarding experience of making music together.
Judy Leeds joins GMYC with a wealth of experience in non-profit management both as an employee and volunteer. As a prior director of the Wilton Main Street Association, Judy and her volunteers brought vitality to downtown Wilton, NH. Music and art experiences were introduced to the community through a variety of venues. The arts continue to thrive in Wilton’s downtown, with new businesses opening that promote the arts in the Monadnock Region.
Margaret Dodson-Buhl joins GMYC is the pianist for the Cecilia Ensemble. She is a retired music teacher from Binghamton, New York, having taught elementary, middle, and high school general and choral music. Dodson-Buhl attended Colgate university, where she was a student of Vivien Harvey Slater, and received her Masters of Music, Piano Performance, and teaching credentials from Ithaca College. After 30 years of teaching, and moving to New Hampshire, Dodson-Buhl is glad to continue supporting young musicians by serving the Cecilia Ensemble. The Cecilia Ensemble is the premier high school treble chorus in the region, regularly performing locally and regionally, and internationally every two years.
Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs is the performance-based choral music program for young singers in the Monadnock Region. GMYC has served thousands of singers in five different choirs drawing from more than 20 towns in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts. GMYC is a 501-c3 non-profit organization. For more information about the Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs, visit us online at www.GrandMonadnockYouthChoirs.org
Grand Monadnock Youth Choirs
GMYC is the performance-based choral music education program for young singers in our community.