New York Chamber Choirs

715 W 172nd St. #66 

New York, NY 10032

(914) 363-0163

Charitable Organization 501(c)(3)

Photography by Stan Schnier

Bill Vanderson

 

Bill Vanderson began singing in small ensembles in elementary school.  While at MIT ostensibly for Computer Science, he sang with the MIT Chamber Chorus under William Cutter, directed the MIT Logarythms and graduated with a Minor in Music with a specialization in Performance.  He then spent 8 years in Madison, WI singing with the University of Wisconsin Madrigal Singers under Bruce Gladstone before moving to New York.  Prior to joining as a a founding member of NYCC, Bill sang with Canticum Novum Singers under Harold Rosenbaum.

 

Bill is passionate about small group singing; it brings an intimacy, range of expression, and unity of purpose that can't be matched by large choirs.  It is also a welcome respite from his career in algorithmic trading as a software developer.

 

Bill is passionate about small group singing; it brings an intimacy, range of expression, and unity of purpose that can't be matched by large choirs.  It is also a welcome respite from his day job heading up the development team for an algorithmic trading company.  Bill has worked with a number of non profits over the years; most recently he has been on the board of Tertulia, which presents world-class chamber music concerts in restaurants throughout New York City, since its inception.