Chris Munce

educator, podcast host, musician


In addition to his work as a teacher and a musician, Chris hosts one of the world’s top rated Performing Arts podcasts, “The Choralosophy Podcast.” One of the more eclectic shows you will find on the internet, Choralosophy centers around music education, but has since developed a sizable audience of non-music listeners who tune in for relevant and timely conversations on topics of social justice, Covid science and policy, philosophy and more.

Chris Munce is an accomplished choral performer, conductor, educator, clinician and arts administrator.  As a performer/conductor he is a member of Kantorei KC, as well as its founder and Artistic Director. Under Mr. Munce’s direction, Kantorei has recorded and published three albums, and has been an invited featured performer at National and State ACDA conventions as well as the National American Guild of Organists convention.

Media reviews of his directed recordings with Kantorei KC include praise from the KC Star for  “Music and Sweet Poetry” for its “lush and full bodied sound…gorgeous singing.” The Observer (London) called “To Bethlehem” one of the best Choral albums of the year and “the most interesting festive album.” He has also performed with the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers, and the Grammy Winning Kansas City Chorale.  Chris was fortunate to be a part of the Chorale’s Grammy Nominated album, “Rheinberger: Sacred Choral Works.”