Darryl Guzman, Adjunct Faculty in the Music Department
Darryl Guzman is the director of the Community Chorale.
Darryl, a Bay Area native, has been directing choirs in Fremont since 1980. In addition to conducting the Ohlone College Community Chorale, he is the Director of Traditional Worship and Choral Ministries at Centerville Presbyterian Church in Fremont where he oversees an active music department and directs the 50-voice Centerian Sanctuary Choir, the Vocal Ensemble and CenterPeace Orchestra. Additionally, he is the Fine Arts Department Chairperson and teaches vocal music and drama at Fremont Christian School where has taught since 1979 and where he currently directs the Junior High Girls' Chorale, the High School Advanced Mixed Vocal Ensemble, the High School Concert Choir and directs all major drama productions.
An Ohlone College alumni who studied "back in the day" with G. Craig Jackson, John Towner and Gary Soren Smith, Darryl earned his Bachelor's degree in Vocal Music Performance from Cal State University East Bay, studying there with David Stein and Eleanor Cohen. He earned his Master's Degree from Grace Theological Seminary in Indiana and holds a lifetime teaching credential with the Association of Christian Schools International.