Hailed by critics as “versatile and appealing" (Fanfare Magazine), conductor and composer Thomas Juneau is Director of Choral Activities at Saint Joseph’s University where he conducts the University Singers, Chamber Singers and teaches voice and conducting. Recent performances have featured Requiems by Mozart and Duruflé. Upcoming performances include Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and the world premiere of the complete version of Philadelphia composer John Conahan's major work, Three Doors.

Dr. Juneau is also Music Director of Summit Chorale, currently in its 107th consecutive season of choral performance and director of the Woodbridge Community Chorus. Recent performances have included Jonathan Dove's Passing of the Year and Handel's Dixit Dominus. Both choruses have performed in many important venues including Carnegie Hall. He is also Director of Music at Saint Joseph's Church and School in Carteret, New Jersey.

His professional choir, the Juneau Vocal Alliance has earned international recognition for its performance on the soundtrack to Frontera (2014) with music by Kenneth Lampl, and the release of their debut album on Ravello Records,Visions Eternal, featuring sacred works by Dr. Juneau. Dr. Juneau also guest conducts throughout the nation, including at the famed Messiah Sing-In hosted by the National Choral Council that occurs annually at Lincoln Center.

As a composer, Dr. Juneau’s works are published by a variety of companies, including the Carl Fischer Music Company, Hal Leonard Corporation, ECS Publishing and Walton Music. He has received numerous commissions throughout the United States, and his work has been performed internationally.