Wonil Noh

DMA Conducting
Teaching Assistant Men's Chorus

wonilnoh@my.unt.edu   Choral Office: MU217

Wonil Noh, a native of Korea, is in his third year of pursuing his doctorate in choral conducting at University of North Texas. He holds degrees from the Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary in Seoul, South Korea, BM and MM in church music and choral conducting, where he was the assistant for the Concert Choir and Chancel Choir. He was a winner of the Seoul Oratorio Festival Conducting competition and a finalist of the National Chorus of Korea Conducting Competition. His church choir was invited by the KCMA (Korea Church Music Association) Convention to perform as the best church choir in the nation in 2013. Wonil founded the KOSIAN Multicultural Children’s Choir, composed of singers from China, Indonesia, Philippines, Bangladesh, and Korea. The choir was invited by the Supreme Court of Korea to sing for the President and won the C-Channel Broadcasting Competition. As an educator, he received an award of superior teaching from the Educational Institute Association in Gyeonggi Province. Also, he was invited by the Ministry of Education in Korea to teach youth choirs, which were nominated for the final stage in the Korea Youth Choir Competition. He currently serves as music director of Chancel Choir and orchestra at the Korean Central United Methodist Church in Dallas.