Angela Westhoff-Johnson

A consummate professional, Angela Westhoff-Johnson has honed her skills as a choral conductor and workshop presenter over the last 23 years. Besides managing the music editorial department at OCP, she is also an engaging subject matter expert in many of OCP’s educational webinars.

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Reading Session

In partnership with the NPM WOMM Chapter, OCP is proud to present a Reading Session lead by Angela Westhoff-Johnson and Rick Modlin. Participants will be read through a review of music:

  • New to Breaking Bread 2019
  • Advent and Christmas music
  • And more!

Schedule:

7:00p   Beverages and appetizers
7:30p   Reading Session

There is no registration fee; however, pre-registration is required. Please contact the OCP Outreach team at 877.271.3786 or outreach@ocp.org.

The Reading Session will be held at OCP; ample parking in the lot to the east of the building.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
OCP
Portland, OR, US

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Bio

Angela Westhoff-Johnson, manager of music editorial at OCP, is a choral conductor and workshop presenter in the Portland area. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in music from Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, she continued her studies at the University of Oregon. There she received a master’s degree in vocal music performance, a master’s degree in choral conducting and completed the course work for a doctorate of musical arts in vocal music performance and choral conducting. While studying at the University of Oregon, Angela had the wonderful opportunity to work with the Oregon Bach Festival, participating in seminars with Helmuth Rilling.

Angela Westhoff-Johnson has been the director of music at St. Mary's Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland for more than 23 years. There she conducts the Cathedral choir, Cathedral contemporary ensemble and the Cathedral Children's Choir, all of which provide music for weekly Sunday Eucharist as well as archdiocesan liturgies.