John Reager

John Reager

Chorus, Music History, Musicianship, Piano, Voice

John Reager directs the Oakland City Chorus, and teaches Music HistoryMusic Skills, Piano, Music Theory, and Voice.

A member of ASCAP, he is published by  G.I.A. Publications in Chicago. He has given solo recitals as a composer, tenor, pianist, and organist, and given talks about exploring music history at the Berkeley Public Library and on KPFA Radio. A paid member of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus for eight seasons, he performed the role of Remandado in Bizet’s Carmen, was tenor soloist for the premier of Anthony Korf’s Requiem, and participated in Grammy winning recordings on RCA, Decca, and Paramount Pictures. He has also worked for: St. Mary’s Cathedral (S.F.), Congregation Rodef Beth Shalom (San Rafael), and All Souls Episcopal Church (Berkeley).  He holds two Master of Music degrees from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music: Composition and Vocal Performance. Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition from California State Polytechnic University at Pomona.

Recent Compositions

E-Mail:  jreager@peralta.edu

Spring 2017 Syllabi: Chorus, Skills, Live History, Online History

Please visit individual class pages for assignments and other information.