Nick Page is a Boston-based composer, song leader, conductor,
and author. His sings at the
UU General Assembly have become legendary, and he has led sings at hundreds of
UU congregations. Nick conducted
the first National UU Honors Children’s Chorus at the Nashville General
Assembly. He is the author of three
books: Music as a Way of Knowing
(Stenhouse Publishers), Sing and Shine
On! An Innovative Guide to Leading Multicultural Song (World Music Press),
and The Nick Page Sing with Us
Songbook (Hal Leonard).
He has published more than fifty choral works with Boosey & Hawkes,
Hal Leonard, Transcontinental Music, and World Music Press.
Nick was a conductor with the world-renowned Chicago
Children’s Choir at Chicago’s First
Unitarian Church in the 1980s, and for the last twenty years he
has conducted Boston’s 250-voice Mystic Chorale. In November 2007, Nick made his Carnegie
Hall debut conducting his Nursery Rhyme
Cantata. You can learn more about Nick and his work at
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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.
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