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Damion Womack

Assistant Professor\Director of Choral Activities - Music

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Dr. Damion Womack currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities and Mississippi College. His duties include conducting all choral ensembles and teaching conducting and choral literature. Choral ensembles under the direction of Dr. Womack have performed by juried invitation for regional and national conventions of The American Choral Directors Association, and The National Association for Music Education. Prior to his appointment at Mississippi College, Dr. Womack served as Chair of Fine Arts and Director of Choral Activities at Huntingdon College and Director of the Arts and Choral Conductor at The Montgomery Academy where he received the McLemore Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Dr. Womack is in demand as a guest conductor and clinician. He has presented workshops and lectures for ACDA and NAfME conventions. His research topics include choral tone, unified and expressive singing, and word stress. Dr. Womack has conducted honor choir festivals in Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Illinois, Florida, Arkansas, and Virginia. Dr. Womack currently serves as the American Choral Director’s Association National Youth Choirs Coordinator and has served on planning committees for the 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2018 ACDA Southern Region Conventions.

Dr. Womack holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC and holds Music Education degrees from Alabama A&M University and Alabama State University.


  • B.S. in Music Education, Alabama A&M University
  • M.M.Ed. in Music Education, Alabama State University
  • D.M.A. in Choral Conducting, University of South Carolina