13500 Camino Del Sur, San Diego, Ca 92129

last updated 09/03/19

WESTVIEW CHOIR STAFF

Daniel Moyer, Choral Director

Andrew Reynolds, Accompanist

Daniel Moyer holds a bachelor’s degree in Music Education from West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in vocal music.  A passionate performer and music educator, Mr. Moyer began working with Westview High School’s choir as a vocal coach in 2016 before taking over as the Choral Director at the start of the 2017-2018 school year.

On top of his work in Poway School District, Daniel is a tenor soloist and section leader at St. James by the Sea Episcopal Church in La Jolla and

is a Neighborhood Choir Director with the San Diego Children’s Choir.  Daniel also teaches individual voice lessons from his home in Hillcrest. Mr. Moyer’s experience as both a soloist and a member of an ensemble includes performances of choral masterworks, chamber music, opera, and oratorio as well as musical theatre, folk, and jazz music.  Since moving to San Diego in 2013, Mr. Moyer has sung with a number of organizations including the San Diego Opera, San Diego Master Chorale, San Diego Symphony, SACRA/PROFANA, San Diego Pro Arte Voices, South Coast Chamber Choir, and Folklore Music Guild.

                                         Andrew Reynolds is very excited to be joining                                              Westview Choir as accompanist in 2015!   He                                                 has worked as accompanist and vocal director                                             to children's musical theater productions,                                                     choral groups, and individual singers of all                                                   ages in a professional capacity for over 6                                                     years.  Growing up in the pacific Northwest, he                                             began playing piano at the age of 7, later                                                       singing in middle and high school choir while                                               serving as accompanist.  He personally                                                          understands the importance of positive early                                              exposure to music as a creative outlet and loves working with young people to reach their potential.   He has 16 years of private instruction in classical and jazz piano.  He also enjoys playing other diverse styles of music such as blues, folk, popular, rock, gospel, and country.  He works at a church in Mira Mesa where he performs as accompanist, organist, assistant to the choral director, and band leader.   He also loves working with animals, and has a pet box turtle who is close to celebrating her 30th birthday.  

                                         Andrew Reynolds is very excited to be joining                                              Westview Choir as accompanist in 2015!   He                                                 has worked as accompanist and vocal director                                             to children's musical theater productions,                                                     choral groups, and individual singers of all                                                   ages in a professional capacity for over 6                                                     years.  Growing up in the pacific Northwest, he                                             began playing piano at the age of 7, later                                                       singing in middle and high school choir while                                               serving as accompanist.  He personally                                                          understands the importance of positive early                                              exposure to music as a creative outlet and loves working with young people to reach their potential.   He has 16 years of private instruction in classical and jazz piano.  He also enjoys playing other diverse styles of music such as blues, folk, popular, rock, gospel, and country.  He works at a church in Mira Mesa where he performs as accompanist, organist, assistant to the choral director, and band leader.   He also loves working with animals, and has a pet box turtle who is close to celebrating her 30th birthday.  

 Carolyne DalMonte, Vocal Coach

                                                      Praised for her lithe and elegant lyric                                                          soprano, Carolyne DalMonte is quickly                                                        gaining recognition on both coasts as                                                         an incredibly versatile singer and                                                                 musician.  At home in opera, classic                                                             musical theatre, and choral music,                                                               Miss DalMonte is also a proficient                                                                 pianist and a gifted teacher.  She is                                                             currently based in San Diego,                                                                       California, but spent the majority of                                                             her schooling and training years in the                                                       New York City area.  She has                                                                         performed many opera roles; some recent roles of note include Adina in L’elisir d’amore (Donizetti), Dorinda in Orlando (Handel), Mimi in scenes from La Bohème (Puccini), and Despina in Cosi fan tutte (Mozart).  At home in a variety of styles, Miss DalMonte is frequently sought after as an oratorio soloist, and is an accomplished choral musician.  She has sung for some of the best choirs in New York City, namely the elite Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Chamber Choir.  She has also sung among the ranks of Brevitas and The Thirteen. Miss DalMonte is a semi-finalist for the American Prize:  Women in Opera Professional Division, and is thrilled to be joining the ranks of the Bach Collegium San Diego in the fall of 2018.  She graduated with her undergraduate degree in voice from the University of Delaware, where she studied under prestigious mentors such as Dr. Paul Head and Dr. Noel Archambeault.  She graduated with her masters in Voice Performance and Pedagogy (with honors) from Westminster Choir College, where she sang under the baton of Dr. Joe Miller and Dr. Amanda Quist.  She is currently a student of Braeden Harris.  Miss DalMonte maintains a private voice and piano studio in San Diego, California, and is actively performing in the area.