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Your Staff

Behind the Music


Dylan Madoux

Founder & Artistic Director

Conductor and Keyboardist Dylan Madoux enjoys a diverse career performing and conducting ensembles comprised of both modern and period instruments. He currently serves as Artistic Director of the Oklahoma Baroque Orchestra. He earned his graduate degree (MM) from Oklahoma City University (OCU) in Orchestral Conducting and Harpsichord Performance after completing his undergraduate degree (BME) from the University of Oklahoma (OU).
From 2020-2022, Dylan served as an Apprentice Conductor to Maestro Alexander Mickelthwate at the Oklahoma City Philharmonic. During that time, Dylan also served as an Assistant Conductor at Oklahoma Youth Orchestras and as a Conducting Graduate Assistant at the OCU's Wanda Bass School of Music.
As a harpsichordist, Dylan has regularly performed with the UCO Brisch Center for Historical Performance, the OU Collegium Musicum, the OCU Early Music Ensemble, Tactus Vocal Ensemble and Orchestra, and the OU Festival Ballet. Outside Oklahoma, Dylan has had the opportunity to conduct and play in the Boise Baroque Orchestra as well as recently participating in the St. Andrew’s University (Scotland) Baroque Institute where he had the opportunity to work with early music specialists Rachel Podger, John Butt, Lucy Russell, Jan Waterfield, Alison McGillivray, and many more.


Alaina Conley

Executive Director

Alaina Conley is a passionate young professional with a deep rooted passion for the Oklahoma's nonprofit arts organizations. As a direct beneficiary of the arts in Oklahoma, Alaina is focused on creating accessible avenues to art enrichment within communities. 


She earned her Bachelor's degree in Music with a minor is Business from Oklahoma City University, where she honed her musicianship and passion for arts advocacy. Alaina received her Master in Arts for Nonprofit Leadership, Arts Administration.  After completing her degrees, Alaina set her sights on artistic excellence on both the stage and through administration for Oklahoma City's creatives and patrons.

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