Jamie Saucier is the Student Involvment Coordinator and director of Milling Around, a cappella group, at UNH in Manchester, NH as well as the choral director of the Merrimack Concert Association Choir in Merrimack, NH. Mr. Saucier has received his B.A. in music from the University of New Hampshire, his M.M. in Music Education from Ithaca College and his C.A.G.S. in Educational Leadership: Arts, Leadership and Learning from Plymouth State University.
Jamie created a cappella ensembles at every school he taught as well as the all male group, Not Too Sharp at the University of New Hampshire. His recent work includes over 200 arrangements for the high school and beginner group as well as some more difficult music he uses for his festival that he created in 2010. This festival, Voices of the (603) invites all middle and high schools in the state to learn, sing, and breathe a cappella for a day through clinics and a friendly competition at the states most prestigious arts center.
He is also the co-president of the New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts. This group pursues a vibrant and sustainable arts sector through education, enlightened public policy and public funding in support of the arts.