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Adams has been composing since age 18 and has many works in print. His music has been used for several All-Region and All-Conference Choirs, including the Alabama Jr. High All-State and the Northwest and Southern ACDA Jr. Honor Choirs.  Many Jr. and Sr. High Schools as well as Arkansas State University Concert Choir, University of Mississippi Concert Singers, Arkansas Tech University Chamber Choir and The Fort Smith Chorale have commissioned his work.  His newest published work, “High Flight” is being called “a choral gem” in the music reviews.  It is published by  Pavane Publishing in San Pedro, California.
 
Adams has been composing since age 18 and has many works in print. His music has been used for several All-Region and All-Conference Choirs, including the Alabama Jr. High All-State and the Northwest and Southern ACDA Jr. Honor Choirs.  Many Jr. and Sr. High Schools as well as Arkansas State University Concert Choir, University of Mississippi Concert Singers, Arkansas Tech University Chamber Choir and The Fort Smith Chorale have commissioned his work.  His newest published work, “High Flight” is being called “a choral gem” in the music reviews.  It is published by  Pavane Publishing in San Pedro, California.
 
Adams professional affiliations include: The American Choral Director’s Association and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.  In 2000, 2004 and 2005 Adams was included in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers”.  In May 2001, Adams was elected to membership in The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).  Adams currently resides on the family farm with his wife Kim and their daughters, Olivia Ann and Madeline Claire.Biography
 
Adams professional affiliations include: The American Choral Director’s Association and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.  In 2000, 2004 and 2005 Adams was included in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers”.  In May 2001, Adams was elected to membership in The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).  Adams currently resides on the family farm with his wife Kim and their daughters, Olivia Ann and Madeline Claire.Biography
 
Jonathan Adams is a cum laude graduate of Arkansas State University where he received both his Bachelor of Music Ed. and his Master of Music degrees.  While at ASU, he studied choral music with the late Alfred Skoog and composition with Jared Spears.  He is currently choral director at Nettleton High School and was the Jr. High Director for twelve years.  During his tenure at the Jr. High, his choirs sang at the 1992 Arkansas All-State Convention and in 2000 NHS Les Chanteurs sang in Carnegie Hall.  In 2003, the Nettleton Madrigals sang for the All-State Convention.  The choirs at Nettleton have consistently received Superior ratings at region and state festivals, winning sweepstakes awards in 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2005.  Adams also has served as an adjudicator and clinician in Arkansas and Missouri. 
 
Adams has been composing since age 18 and has many works in print. His music has been used for several All-Region and All-Conference Choirs, including the Alabama Jr. High All-State and the Northwest and Southern ACDA Jr. Honor Choirs.  Many Jr. and Sr. High Schools as well as Arkansas State University Concert Choir, University of Mississippi Concert Singers, Arkansas Tech University Chamber Choir and The Fort Smith Chorale have commissioned his work.  His newest published work, “High Flight” is being called “a choral gem” in the music reviews.  It is published by  Pavane Publishing in San Pedro, California.
 
Adams professional affiliations include: The American Choral Director’s Association and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.  In 2000, 2004 and 2005 Adams was included in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers”.  In May 2001, Adams was elected to membership in The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).  Adams currently resides on the family farm with his wife Kim and their daughters, Olivia Ann and Madeline Claire.
 

Revision as of 19:17, 19 August 2005

General Information

Contributor since: 2004-01-17

Number of scores on CPDL: 9

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e-mail - jcadamz@hotmail.com

Education

Jonathan Adams is a cum laude graduate of Arkansas State University where he received both his Bachelor of Music Ed. and his Master of Music degrees. While at ASU, he studied choral music with the late Alfred Skoog and composition with Jared Spears. He is currently choral director at Nettleton High School and was the Jr. High Director for twelve years. During his tenure at the Jr. High, his choirs sang at the 1992 Arkansas All-State Convention and in 2000 NHS Les Chanteurs sang in Carnegie Hall. In 2003, the Nettleton Madrigals sang for the All-State Convention. The choirs at Nettleton have consistently received Superior ratings at region and state festivals, winning sweepstakes awards in 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2005. Adams also has served as an adjudicator and clinician in Arkansas and Missouri. Adams has been composing since age 18 and has many works in print. His music has been used for several All-Region and All-Conference Choirs, including the Alabama Jr. High All-State and the Northwest and Southern ACDA Jr. Honor Choirs. Many Jr. and Sr. High Schools as well as Arkansas State University Concert Choir, University of Mississippi Concert Singers, Arkansas Tech University Chamber Choir and The Fort Smith Chorale have commissioned his work. His newest published work, “High Flight” is being called “a choral gem” in the music reviews. It is published by Pavane Publishing in San Pedro, California. Adams professional affiliations include: The American Choral Director’s Association and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. In 2000, 2004 and 2005 Adams was included in “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers”. In May 2001, Adams was elected to membership in The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). Adams currently resides on the family farm with his wife Kim and their daughters, Olivia Ann and Madeline Claire.Biography