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. He is the Choral Associate at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City. He is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Conducting at the Manhattan School of Music from the studio of 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

The 2014-2015 season will be a busy one for Malcolm. He will be involved with the numerous choral concerts on the Great Music in a Great Space series at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Check Malcolm’s concert schedule for details about performances at the Manhattan School of Music, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harvard Club and a performance of Mahler’s Rückert-Lieder with the University of Texas at Austin Symphony Orchestra.



“Mein sehnen, mein Wähnen” (Pierrot’s Tanzlied from Die Tote Stadt, MP3, 6.8MB, 4:31)

“Thanks be to God” from Elijah - Felix Mendelssohn (Most Elevating of Voices - The Musical Legacy of Andrew Carnegie: A Transatlantic Celebration. 4:18)

“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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