Dallin’s journey in the world of music began as a young boy, nurturing a deep passion for musical expression that has only grown over the years. His musical odyssey commenced with the piano at the tender age of seven, igniting a lifelong love affair with the ivories. During his high school years, Dallin found his voice within the choir, not only lending his vocals but also accompanying his fellow singers. It was during this time that he also discovered the enchanting world of the organ, a fascination that would soon evolve into a profound devotion.

Presently, Dallin holds the esteemed role of Assistant Director of Choirs at Virginia Tech, a testament to his unwavering commitment to the art of choral music. He is concurrently pursuing a Doctorate in Choral Conducting within the Sacred Music Program at the University of Notre Dame. Prior to his Notre Dame journey, Dallin obtained a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance and a Master of Music in Choral Conducting from Brigham Young University. His performances have graced prestigious venues, from captivating BYU Devotionals to commanding recitals and transcendent appearances at landmarks like the United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel (Colorado Springs, CO), St. John’s Cathedral (Boise, ID), and the Cathedral of the Madeleine (Salt Lake City, UT).

Beyond the realm of music, Dallin finds solace and joy in the company of his wife, Carlee. Together, they revel in theater outings, engaging game nights, culinary adventures, and the heartwarming companionship of their two beloved dogs, Gilmore and Norman. Dallin’s life is a symphony of passion, dedication, and boundless musical exploration, leaving an indelible imprint on the world of choral artistry.