Vocal Pedagogy Catches up with Bob Marks
Posted Monday, January 3rd 2022 by David McCall
Bob Marks, voice teacher, coach, conductor, arranger, author, and director, shares his tips for singers, performers, and teachers with Vocal Pedagogy...
In our latest entry, we catch up with the prolific pedagogue, Bob Marks. A pioneer in contemporary musical theatre vocal technique, Marks delights in working with artists of all skill levels and ages, from school plays to Broadway stages. Read about his mentors, highlights of his extensive career, and his advice to singers here.
Senior Voice Teacher, Head of Vocal Development
David has become one of the leading instructors of Contemporary Voice in New York City, with clients ranging from Broadway singers (Billy Elliot, Matilda), Classical and sacred music singers, cantors in New York City Synagogues, to Professional Rock and Pop artists, some of which have toured and been signed to record contracts, appeared on shows like The Voice and American Idol, and performed at venues such as SXSW. Additionally, David has taught as a Master Teacher of Contemporary Voice for the NYSTA Comparative Vocal Pedagogy series.
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