Harris Ipock serves as Resident Conductor of the Harvard Glee Club at Harvard University, where he also teaches private voice. He is currently finishing a doctoral degree in choral conducting from the Eastman School of Music. Harris enjoys an active career as a soloist and professional chorister. As a member of Conspirare, he appears on several recordings, including the Grammy-winning Sacred Spirit of Russia. He has also performed with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Yale Choral Artists, Spire Chamber Ensemble, Publick Musick, Cambridge Concentus, La Donna Musicale, Voices, Vox Lumine, Virginia Chorale, Norfolk Chamber Consort, and the North Carolina Symphony Baroque Choir. His recent credits as a soloist include Dover Beach (Victoria Bach Festival), St. Matthew Passion (Conspirare and Harvard Collegium Musicum), Monteverdi’s Vespers (Cambridge Concentus), JS Bach’s Magnificat (Back Bay Chorale), CPE Bach’s Magnificat, and Haydn’s Paukenmesse (Harvard-Radcliffe Chorus). He also recently served as choirmaster for Odyssey Opera’s debut performance of Wagner’s Rienzi. Harris holds M.M. degrees in choral conducting and vocal performance from East Carolina University, and B.M. and B.A. degrees in vocal performance and economics from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.