Dr. Anthony Bernarducci serves as the Assistant Director of Choral Activities at Clemson University where he conducts the Men’s Choir and Cantorei. In addition, he teaches courses in music theory and composition.
Dr. Bernarducci holds a PhD in Choral Conducting and Music Education from Florida State University, where he studied with Dr. André J. Thomas. He also holds a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting from The University of Arizona and a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Westminster Choir College. During his time as a secondary school educator in Tucson Arizona, he oversaw many high-school choirs and served community organizations and churches across the United States as an Artistic and Music director. He is an active clinician and guest conductor.
Anthony is an active composer and arranger of choral music. His works have been performed at National and International Conventions. Recently his setting of the liturgical text Veni Creator Spiritus has been performed by such notable ensembles as the St. Olaf Choir, the United States Soldiers Chorus, and the 2015 National ACDA High School Honor Choir. Anthony has choral works published with Hinshaw Music, GIA Publications and ESC Publishing Group.