William P Carroll

William P. Carroll Choral Series

Hinshaw Choral Music Series

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William P. Carroll served as Editor for Hinshaw Music for more than two decades, cultivating relationships with leading choral composers worldwide. With vast musical expertise, he has conducted workshops, led honor choirs, and served as an adjudicator. In 2001, he received the Lara Hoggard Award for his outstanding contributions to choral music in North Carolina. Carroll, now Professor Emeritus at the University of North Carolina Greensboro School of Music, previously held positions including Associate Dean and Director of Choral Activities during his 29-year tenure. He holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, along with degrees from Southern Methodist University and Millsaps College.

Hinshaw Music’s choral series editors are well established arrangers, composers and conductors representing the finest of our time. Each series includes an artistically venerable repertoire of selected choral music that can be distinct in terms of theme, mood, season, genre, or uniquely diverse within a series collection. From vocal solo hymns to large-scale oratorios, choir directors will find arrangements for both sacred and secular performances, well established traditional works and inspiring contemporary pieces for choirs of all skill levels and voicing abilities.