Adjunct Professor, Choral Conducting
Maibel Troia is a Venezuelan born musician, choral and orchestral director, pianist, composer, arranger and educator who will begin her appointment as adjunct professor of choral conducting.
Along with Maestro José Antonio Abreu, she created the National Choral System for El Sistema and is an internationally renowned choral conductor. She has prepared choirs for distinguished conductors such as José Antonio Abreu, Gustavo Dudamel, Eduardo Marturet, Maria Guinand, Alfredo Rugeles, Alberto Grau, Sir Simon Rattle, Claudio Abbado, Zubin Mehta, Helmuth Rilling, and Krzysztof Penderecki, among others.
She is a member of the Committee in the Caribbean and Small Antilles Area of the International Federation of Choral Music IFCM and guest clinician of “Conductors Without Borders Program” of IFCM. She is also the founding director of Encantus Voices & Ensemble and choral teacher of the “Strategic Alliances Program” of the Miami Symphony Orchestra.