Ahmed Anzaldúa is a Mexican choral conductor, classical pianist, and music educator of Egyptian descent. He is an active musician, performing in Mexico and the United States frequently as a soloist and conductor with choirs, orchestras, in recitals, and as a collaborative pianist. Anzaldúa prepared the combined chorus for the Minnesota Orchestra’s 2019 performance of Osvaldo Golijov’s La Pasión según San Marcos. He currently lives in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is the director and founder of Border CrosSing, an organization dedicated to integrating historically-segregated audiences, repertoire, and musicians through the performance of choral music. He is also a co-editor of the Justice Choir songbook and director of music ministries at Unity Church Unitarian in St. Paul.