Malcolm J. Merriweather, Conductor & Baritone
Photo of conductor and baritone Malcolm J. Merriweather


Malcolm J. Merriweather leads a professional career as a baritone, conductor and teacher in New York City. He is the Associate Conductor of the New York Choral Society, and Choral Associate at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine under Kent Tritle.

“I was struck by the warmth and natural beauty of Merriweather’s voice. Every time he sang, I smiled. I couldn’t help it.”
Brenda Tremblay - Host and Producer WXXI, Rochester NY


Malcolm has premiered works by Eve Beglarian, John Liberatore, Ju Ri Seo, Douglas Fisk and James Adler. He is a featured performer on James Adler and Friends, released through PARMA Recordings on their Navona Records label, and distributed exclusively through Naxos.

A passionate music educator, Malcolm is currently on the faculty at St. Thomas More Play Group, Manhattan and Director of Choirs at the Third Street Music Settlement, Manhattan.


“Easter” from Five Mystical Songs (Recorded at St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, NY. 4:43)

“Let There Be Peace On Earth” (Directing The Rochester Boys Choir, St. Stephen's Church, Grand Island, NY. 2:48)

“Let All Mortal Flesh” (Directing the Asbury Camerata, First UMC, Rochester, NY)

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