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KOSCHE, Kenneth, T.
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Kenneth T. Kosche received a BS in Music Education (’69) and MS (’72) are from the University of Illinois and a DMA (’77) from the University of Washington, Seattle.  He has taught at the University of Wisconsin–LaCrosse and in Illinois public schools prior to Concordia University Wisconsin (1978 to present), where he directs the Kammerchor. His teachers include Alice Parker, Harold Decker, Colleen Kirk, and Rodney Eichenberger.  Kosche has served Lutheran churches for nearly forty years and has directed the Lutheran A Cappella Choir of Milwaukee (’79-88). Over 250 of his compositions have been published. The World Association of Chinese Church Musicians invited him to present workshops and conduct Handel’s “Messiah” in Taipei (2002). He has also conducted choral and worship workshops in the United States, Brazil, and Canada and has presented at both LC-MS liturgical Institutes.   He and Rosemary have two children, and reside in Brown Deer, Wisconsin, a Milwaukee suburb.