Adjunct Professor & Director of Choral Activities
Department of Music
Master Chorale, Choral Conducting
Dianne Brumley holds a B.M.E. and an M.M. degree from Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University at San Marcos). Mrs. Brumley has been the recipient of numerous civic and professional awards, including Outstanding Graduate from the School of Music at Southwest Texas State University, the Charles B. Feldman Arts Award, and the distinguished Outstanding Women of Achievement Award. She has been active in Texas choral music for many years and her choirs have been recognized statewide and nationally for achievement in choral music, performing both for the Texas Music Educators Association Convention and the American Choral Directors Association.
In addition to her work at the university, she is the founder, conductor and artistic director of the South Texas Chorale and Festival Orchestra National Convention. Mrs. Brumley’s other activities include serving as vice president of the Church/Community Division of the Texas Choral Directors Association and as an arts and entertainment adviser for the City of Harlingen. In addition she serves public schools, universities and churches as guest clinician, consultant, conductor, and adjudicator. Mrs. Brumley serves as the director of Choral Studies at UTB/TSC and conducts the Master Chorale.