Reginald Fox

chorus director

Mr. Fox began his musical career at the age of 10 and culminated his 35th year as Director of Music for First Baptist Church Morrison in Newport News, VA. He is currently the Director of Music for First Baptist Church in Williamsburg, VA. He is a talented musician, conductor, composer, choreographer, and singer. Mr. Fox has studied extensively under various professional teachers and artists. He is the former Director of Choral Music and Drama at Bruton High School in the York County School Division where he touched the lives of many young people and inspired them with an appreciation for the arts. He has served as guest clinician, accompanist, and performer for numerous church, civic and community events throughout the United States, and performed abroad in Zweibrucken, Germany and Saint-Avold, France. Mr. Fox has appeared as guest conductor with Chorus for the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra and appeared as soloist with the York River Symphony Orchestra, along with conducting the Chorus.

Mr. Fox holds a B.A. Degree in Fine & performing Arts, a Master of Science Degree in Education with an endorsement in Administration & Supervision, and has completed coursework for doctoral studies at Old Dominion University. He has served as adjunct professor at Christopher Newport University and Old Dominion University. Mr. Fox retired from the York County School Division after serving 35 years as a teacher, administrator, and central office coordinator. He currently serves as Virtual Learning Specialist for the Virginia Department of Education. He provides leadership and training for the Virtual Learning Program enhancing teacher and student learning.

York River Symphony Orchestra
P.O. Box 1044
Yorktown, VA 23692
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