Mike Raleigh is a Boston-based choral conductor, countertenor, and music educator. He is the Associate Choirmaster of the Parish of All Saints Choir of Men and Boys in Dorchester, where he conducts during weekly services and assists in the training of the boy sopranos. Prior to this role, he served as an alto staff singer. As the Associate Choirmaster, he has conducted performances of many works, including Duruflé’s Messe cum jubilo and Schubert’s Mass in G. Working at All Saints has piqued Mike’s interest in the organ. Michael also serves as the accompanist for the choirs at Boston Latin School, where, in addition to his accompanist duties, he coaches students in preparation for auditions and performances, and is a substitute teacher. While completing his B.A. in Music and German at Harvard University, he studied voice with Charley Blandy, was a member of the Harvard Glee Club under the direction of Andrew Clark, and was the music director of the Harvard Lambda singers, an early music chamber vocal ensemble. As an undergraduate, Michael developed an interest in the intersection of text and music in the German Romantic period, culminating in his thesis on Brahms’s Nänie. He currently studies choral conducting under George Case as a masters student at the Boston Conservatory.