Jonathan Mott joined the UniLu staff as interim choir director in September 2014, and was promoted to music director—choir in January 2015. Originally from the Boston area, Jonathan received a B.A. in music from Boston College, studying composition with Thomas Oboe Lee and Ralf Gawlick and conducting with John Finney, and an M.M. in choral conducting from Boston University, where he studied with Scott Allen Jarrett, David Hoose, and George Case. Outside of his work at UniLu, Jonathan serves as resident conductor of Harvard University’s premier mixed chorus, the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, where he conducted its April 2022 performance of Claudio Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine. Jonathan will serve as guest conductor for the Back Bay Chorale‘s concerts in October and December 2022; he previously served as the BBC’s assistant conductor, where he led the Chorale’s “BRIDGES” outreach efforts and conducted the Chorale’s March 2017 concert, Essential Voices: Da Pacem.
Read a February 2017 profile of Jonathan in the Cambridge Chronicle.
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Photo of Jonathan Mott (above) by Ethan DePuy.