Hunter Eisenmenger, singer, composer, arranger, and music teacher, is currently teaching at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School in Lee's Summit, Missouri. A native of Norfolk, Nebraska, Hunter has established rapport in the Midwest, writing, arranging, and collaborating with an array of ensembles in the area. He often writes arrangements for pop a cappella ensembles, and most recently was commissioned by Benedictine College's Discovery Day Program. "Anima Christi," for SATB divisi choir, and "The Good Morrow," also for SATB divisi choir premiered in St. Benedict's Church in Atchison, KS. One of his favorite composers is Ralph Vaughan Williams, whose work "Dona Nobis Pacem" he was privileged to have performed as a chorus member in Helzberg Hall in Kansas City. Hunter earned his undergraduate degree in music education and studied choral composition with Timothy Tharaldson at Benedictine College.