Julie’s been musical since she’s been-a-whistlin’ in the crib. A choral singer since 5th grade, with some musical theatre, lots of opera, folk and rock-n-roll tossed in, music’s her thing. Born and raised in the Chicago area with a 20 year stint in Los Angeles, she settled here in Taos where she indulges her 2nd and 3rd blisses, nature and art. Here in Taos, she is an artist and composer and along with singing with the TCC chorus and St. James fabulous choir, on Saturday mornings you can find her at Taos Java jamming with good friends.
Randy recently retired from Taos Pueblo Day School. She has published educational materials through Scholastic and the Monkey Sisters Publishing Companies. She has created costumes under the title of costume mistress with Taos Children’s Theater for over 25 years and will hopefully continue for 25 more. Musically, Randy has been involved with church and school choirs since elementary school and toured the Pacific Command performing with the USO during the Vietnam War.
Debbie joined Taos Community Chorus in the fall of 2015, is a new member of the TCC Board and recently became TCC Secretary. Growing up, Debbie spent many years in church and school choirs, as well as school bands and orchestras, and studied piano and flute (both of which she still plays). Now that she’s retired from practicing law and living full time in Taos, Debbie enjoys being involved in various music, art and other indoor and outdoor activities in and around Taos.
Jim has been singing in choirs and chamber groups for six decades and built pipe organs for five years. For money he was employed as system analyst and data architect. Recently moved from Seattle, he spent the past year building a house in Taos.
Bob moved to the Taos area in 1969 and has been active in business and the community for many of those years. Encouraged to try out for “Fiddler” in 1978, he wound up with a lead role and his only stage and singing experience until joining Taos Community chorus, four years ago or so . Bob Draper mentored him back in’78 and is still a positive force with his ongoing singing in the chorus.
He loves the music, his fellow choristers and the opportunity to explore music and his voice, even though he waited until becoming a certifiable Taos viejito.