The primary mission of the Voices of Flower Mound is to:
- Promote music appreciation among members and the general public
- Enrich our community through the performance of outstanding vocal music from all traditions
- Reward our audiences with choral programs that elevate, provoke and entertain
- Inspire excellence in performance by welcoming challenge, discovery and diversity
One does not have to read music nor have had formal voice training to become a member.
Our songs are typically popular tunes from radio & television, musical theater or movies, as well as standards and seasonal favorites.
Our goal is to perform at least two major concerts each year, plus additional performances as special occasions arise.
The Voices Of Flower Mound was founded by Ron & Janis Miller along with Mary McGuyer who were looking to start a choir in the area. Mary McGuyer’s experience from directing past choirs in her home nation of Wales, along with the Miller’s experience from singing in other choirs came together and The Voices Of Flower Mound were formed.
Our current bylaws.
Director of Music
Dr. Arturo Ortega comes to the chorus with extensive orchestral and choral conducting experience. He is a graduate of the University Of North Texas School Of Music, having received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from UNT in 2002. He has been invited as a guest conductor for many performances, both domestically and internationally, most recently Mexico City, where he conducted the Mexico City Orchestra and Chorus. He also directs the Robson Ranch Chorus and serves as a music director and conductor for various musical productions each season at the Campus Theater in Denton, Texas.
Dr. Migeun Chung was born in Incheon, South Korea. She began playing the piano at the age of three, with her mother, who was an amateur singer and church vocalist. At the age of 11, Migeun became a church pianist for adult congregation services. This was the beginning of Dr. Chung’s career as an active collaborative pianist for choir accompaniment and solo piano performances. Her education and training focused on piano performance with extensive practical experience as both a pianist and as an accompanist. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the Sookmyung Women’s University in Seoul, South Korea and earned both her Master and Doctoral degrees in Piano Performance from the University of North Texas, College of Music, having studied under Jongsuk Park and Adam Wodnicki. Her academic career focused primarily on solo piano works and operatic fantasies, specifically the opera fantasies of Franz Liszt. Her dissertation work conducted in depth research into the opera fantasies of Julian Fontana, and is one of the first to do a comparative analysis of the works of Fontana and Liszt.
As a Soloist, Dr. Chung has worked with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as a Reception Pianist, performing operatic transcriptions and fantasies. Additionally, she has won third place in the International Symphonic Workshop in Varna, Bulgaria. As a Collaborative Pianist, her career has included versatile collaborations works: opera, musical theatre, and ballet. Previously, she performed as a Staff Accompanist at Texas Women’s University and accompanied for the Concert Choir and Chamber Singers. She also served as a rehearsal and concert pianist for the University of North Texas Concert Choir and Canticum Novum.
Dr. Chung currently performs with the Voices of Flower Mound, the Dallas Master Chorale and is a pianist at the First Presbyterian Church of Lewisville, TX. She continues to serve as Ballet Accompanist at the University of North Texas Department of Dance and Theater,