Thomas R. Martin, educator, pianist, conductor, vocalist, musical director, composer, and arranger, retired after teaching 22 of his 32 years in public schools as Choral Director for Keene High School. He directed the A Cappella Choir, the Concert Chorus, the Vocal Jazz Ensemble, and Nostalgia. He taught Piano, Music History, Music Theory, and Voice.
Tom was a member of the Berklee College of Music voice faculty for seven years, founding the Berklee Musical Theatre Workshop and the Berklee Contemporary Choir, taught private voice lessons extensively, served as musical director and conductor for many Berklee Performance Center concerts, and was assistant chair of the Voice Department. While in Boston he was also very active as a musical director for academic and regional theatre. He worked as a musical director and pianist in New York, Boston, and Nashville, working in musical theatre and cabaret.
Tom has a BA in Theatre from Boston College, a BMus in Composition from Berklee College of Music, and an MEd from Keene State College. He has served asclinician and guest conductor, musical director, pianist, conductor, accompanist for over 165 theatre productions and 68 concerts and revues.
He is pianist for the Keene Jazz Orchestra, director of music for the Dublin Community Church, and works as musical director for Keene State College Theatre Department and Raylynmor Opera.
Tom is available for instruction in voice, piano, music theory and sight-reading. To schedule a lesson with Tom please call 603-762-0133 or email@example.com.
Morgan is an active professional vocalist and educator based out of Keene, New Hampshire. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance from Millikin University, and his Masters of Music in Opera Performance from Wichita State University. He had the wonderful fortune of studying under the tutelage of Alan Held and Samuel Ramey while in Kansas. Recently relocated to the East Coast he splits his time travelling to New York City and up in the Monadnock region to perform. While he loves travel and performing, he also loves teaching. Morgan has been teaching voice lessons since his Undergraduate studies, and his studio has had ages ranging from 10 to 72. He holds the philosophy that no one is too old to start lessons, and that people who think “I can’t hold a tune” just haven’t had a good lesson! While Opera has been his degree path, he understands that the world of music is large and there are many paths to be trod! He takes a different approach to each student as each student has their own goals to achieve and challenges to overcome. Whatever musical direction you want to go, a healthy production of sound should be the first priority! Always friendly and ready to dive into a new project, Morgan is happy to help you find your sound. You should reach out for lessons with Morgan if you are interested in learning classical technique, sight reading, blues, jazz, musical theatre, pop, musical theory or acting.