Lawrence R. Henry, staff accompanist, received a Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College and an M.M. in Choral Conducting at the University of Minnesota. He spent several years at the University as a studio vocal accompanist, choral accompanist and eventually Music Director of the University Opera Theatre, where he conducted Britten's Turn of the Screw and Herbert's Naughty Marietta. Awarded a Fellowship three years running at the Bach Aria Festival in Stony Brook, New York, Mr. Henry was formerly Staff Accompanist at Carleton College. He accompanies numerous groups in the Twin Cities, including Skylark Opera, Minnesota Orchestra, St. Catherine's Choral Society, Voices of Vienna and Minnesota Chorale. His song arrangements can be found in Dr. Clifton Ware's vocal pedagogy book “Adventures in Singing”.