Jerry Rubino

Jerry Rubino is a conductor/teacher/pianist/coach/singer regarded for his diverse musical interests, engaging artistry, and passionate enthusiasm for performing arts. Jerry founded and directs VOICES 360, a vocal and instrumental ensemble that prioritizes the collaborative process of the singer/actor and dancer to present multi disciplined performances of repertoire including early music, classical music, gospel, pop and jazz. His groups appear in diverse venues from Macy’s to Orchestra Hall.


Rubino worked for twenty-three seasons with the Dale Warland Singers, as associate conductor, director of special projects and music education, pianist, singer and arranger.


In 2007, he was appointed assistant conductor of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Chorale, continuing his collaboration with Dale Warland, artistic director.


In 2011, he was appointed Artistic Director of Voices of Experience, a new choral outreach of the Minnesota Chorale and MacPhail School of Music, for seniors, 55+ with the mission to foster life long learning and community.


Jerry was named an editor for the Voices of Distinction series with Hal Leonard in 2005, serves as a frequent workshop presenter and is editing a new Christmas choral collection for Oxford University Press titled The Sound of an American Christmas due in Spring, 2013.  He serves as repertoire and standards chair for vocal jazz for the North Central Division of the American Choral Directors Association, is a member of ASCAP and is requested nationally as a choral clinician, music director, pianist and adjudicator.

Jerry Rubino