Associated Faculty, Choral Conducting
315 Weigel Hall
1866 College Rd
Columbus, OH 43210
Areas of Expertise
- Choral Conducting
- DMA, Conducting, The Ohio State University
- MM, Choral Conducting, University of Missouri
- BME, Evangel University
Colin Knoth currently serves as associated faculty in choral conducting and ensembles at The Ohio State University. In addition to conducting the University Chorus, his teaching duties at Ohio State include Conducting I and II for vocal music education students, Choral Sight Reading, and student-teacher supervision.
A native of Springfield, Missouri, Knoth holds a BME from Evangel University, an MM in choral conducting from the University of Missouri, and a DMA in conducting from The Ohio State University. Knoth began playing piano at age five but found his true passion for music in the art of choral music. He believes firmly in its ability to unite people of all backgrounds and beliefs in creating something that is greater than the sum of its parts. Before moving to Ohio in 2020, he taught middle and high school choirs and was an active conductor, pianist, singer and teacher in Missouri. He has worked extensively with singers of all ages and abilities in school, church and community ensembles. Professionally, Knoth sings as a bass-baritone with the Tallgrass Chamber Choir and Vox Nova.