Michael Galib is Artistic Director of the Sine Nomine Choral Ensemble and Music Director at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of South County. He performs as a pianist with the Rhode Island All-State Choruses, as well as top youth choruses in the area, and is former assistant conductor of the Providence Singers.
Having graduated with honors in composition from New England Conservatory, his piece Different Ways to Pray was premiered by the Providence Singers in 2017. Winner of the 2004 International Trumpet Guild Composition Competition, The Moffett-Klein Phenomenon has been widely performed, including by students at the Cincinnati Conservatory, New England Conservatory, and professionally by former members of the Boston Symphony, Canadian Brass, and Israel Philharmonic.
Fluent in French, Mr. Galib directed choral offerings and gave recitals at the summer French School of Middlebury College for a decade. He maintains a studio of private piano students in the Providence area, as well as online.