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'''Jean Applonie''' graduated from [http://byu.edu BYU] in [[:category: 1990 Graduates|1990]] with a Master's Degree in [[:category: MA Music|Music]].  
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'''Jean Applonie''' received her bachelor's degree in [[:category: BA Music Education| choral music education]] and master's degree in [[:category: MA Music|choral music performance]] from [http://byu.edu Brigham Young University.] She taught choral music for Davis and Murray School Districts and has served on the music faculty at The Waterford School. Ms. Applonie is co-founder/artistic director/conductor of Viva Voce! Women's Choir and Men's Choir in Salt Lake City. She operated a private voice studio for ten years and is an active church musician. She has been engaged in both organizing and presenting for various choral music workshops and festivals.
  
She is currently a music professor at BYU, and the director of the BYU Women's Chorus.  
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She is currently a music professor at BYU, and the director of the BYU [[:category:Women's Chorus|Women's Chorus]].  
  
 
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Jean Applonie received her bachelor's degree in choral music education and master's degree in choral music performance from Brigham Young University. She taught choral music for Davis and Murray School Districts and has served on the music faculty at The Waterford School. Ms. Applonie is co-founder/artistic director/conductor of Viva Voce! Women's Choir and Men's Choir in Salt Lake City. She operated a private voice studio for ten years and is an active church musician. She has been engaged in both organizing and presenting for various choral music workshops and festivals.

She is currently a music professor at BYU, and the director of the BYU Women's Chorus.

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