Paige Armstrong, an accomplished teacher, singer and nationally awarded conductor, is in her first season as the Artistic Director of the Edina Chorale. Paige graduated in 2019 from the University of Minnesota with a Master’s degree in Choral Conducting and in 2012 with Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Luther College. In addition to her work with the Edina Chorale, she is also the Choir Teacher at Friendly Hills Middle School and the Chancel Choir Director at Richfield United Methodist Church. In the Twin Cities, Paige is an active singer and is currently in her eighth season as a soprano, and now section leader, in The Singers – Minnesota Choral Artists, under the direction of Matthew Culloton. She has also sung under Dale Warland in the Winona Beethoven Festival Chorus, Philip Brunelle in the staged production of “The Radio Hour” with VocalEssence, and Matthew Olson with the Oratory Bach Ensemble. Having competed actively in the last decade, Paige was awarded first place in the graduate division of the NATS-MN competition and the divisional MTNA Young Artists vocal competition in 2015. In 2013, Paige won first place in the National ACDA Undergraduate Conducting Competition. In addition to her current teaching position, Paige has also taught vocal music at Coon Rapids High School and Delano Public Schools, and elementary general music at Red Rock Elementary.