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Meet The Choir Spring 2014


Director: Johann VanIttersum  holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music and English as well as a Bachelor of Christian Education degree from Redeemer University College in Ancaster. He studied voice with soprano Tannis Sprott and conducting with conductor and organist Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen. As a baritone, he is a core chorister in Redeemer University College's alumni choir, occasionally filling solo roles or conducting duties as well. Johann has conducted  Musica Sacra Chorus since the chorus' inception in 2000.  A full-time secondary teacher, Johann works at Oxford Reformed Christian School in Mount Elgin where he teaches English and music, conducting the school's secondary choir as well. He lives with his wife Ronella and children Monica, Julian, Joel and Evan in Tillsonburg, Ontario.

Pianist: Stephanie MacDonald studied piano with Stephanie Houthuyzen and Janet Vanderspek. Stephanie has been singing with Musica Sacra Chorus since 2005. She is also a percussionist with the Midlanders Alumni Drum and Bugles Corps of London. She earned a Bachelor of Arts and History degree from the University of Ottawa and a Bachelor of Education degree from Nipissing University. Stephanie is a secondary school teacher living in Woodstock with her husband Shaun and their daughter Maire, son Alasdair and daugther Brynn.

Organist: Kevin Marcy earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, where he studied piano with Dr. Heather Price and organ with Mr. Michael Prescesky.  Kevin subsequently earned a Bachelor of Education degree from Brock University. He has sung in several choirs, and is presently an organist in the Bornholm Free Reformed Congregation. Kevin is a parts person in a farm equipment dealership, and resides in Tavistock with his wife Anita and their children Katherine and Josiah.









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