Darian Krimm

Darian Krimm

Darian Krimm  received his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Anderson University (SC), and his Master of Music in Choral Conducting and Vocal Performance from East Carolina University. 

Darian currently serves as the Minister of Music and Worship at LaGrange First United Methodist Church, where he conducts the Chancel Choir, Wesley Ringers, and the Instrumental Ensemble.  He is also the Artistic Director of the Sons of Lafayette men's chorus. In addition to his work at the church, Darian is an active composer and serves as the Chief Editor for EasyChoirMusic.com. 

He has sung professionally with CONCORA (Connecticut Choral Artists), and The Voice of the Archangel.  He was the founding Conductor and Music Director of the Jackson Choral Society in Jackson, TN.

His choirs have sung at Carnegie Hall, The Biltmore House, and venues in England, Ireland, and France.  His mentors include Bob Heritage, Richard Williamson, John Kramar, and Joseph Martin. He is an active member of the American Choral Directors Association, Chorus America, and the United Methodist Fellowship.

He enjoys hiking, spending time outdoors, playing tennis, and watching far too much TV.  He especially enjoys time with his family, their four lazy cats and two energetic dogs.