Jack McHugh
UCLA Master of Music Candidate, Choral Conducting

Jack McHugh is a Master’s student pursuing his degree in Choral Conducting at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music. Originally from New Jersey, Jack completed his Bachelor of Music degree from Northwestern University in Choral and Instrumental Music Education. Since, he has taught music domestically and internationally, at Dulwich College Shanghai, and most recently as the Department Head at Carlthorp School in Santa Monica.

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