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Conductor   —   Composer

Jamison Stevens (b. 2000) is a conductor and composer from Redlands, California. He is currently pursuing a master’s of music degree in choral conducting from the University of Redlands, where he also received a bachelor’s of music degree in music composition. There, he currently directs the University Choir and Youth Choir and also serves as a graduate assistant and assistant conductor to the Chapel Singers. He studies with Nicholle Andrews and Co Nguyen. Jamison is also the director of music at Community Presbyterian Church in Redlands. 

          As a conductor, Jamison has proudly collaborated with a number of fellow young composers, premiering their works for concerts, recitals, and recording sessions. He has conducted the University’s choirs in their choral concerts, Compline services, and for the Feast of Lights, a renowned Christmas tradition at the University of Redlands. Under his direction, the University of Redlands Youth Choir program recently performed with the Redlands Symphony Orchestra in their performance of The Nutcracker.

          Collaboration has also been a significant part of Jamison’s work as a composer. With composer Timothy Cunningham, they have composed works including Hymns of the Nativity (2019), written for choir and orchestra for the 72nd Feast of Lights, as well as 12 and Change (2021), written for choir and piano and dedicated to Krista L. Newkirk, J.D. upon her appointment as the twelfth president of the University of Redlands. Jamison has also had his own compositions—including choral, vocal, and instrumental works—performed at recitals, concerts, and church services across the country.

            Jamison is also active as a chorister, singing with the University’s Chapel Singers, as well as with Ensemble XXI, and occasionally with the Community Chorus of Redlands and St. Dunstan’s Choir at Trinity Episcopal Church.

          For commissions or collaborations, or to simply get in touch with Jamison, please contact

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