Kevin Lynch, Piano
Kevin M. Lynch is a graduate of William Paterson University where he studied music education with a concentration in classical piano and voice. While at William Paterson, he studied piano under Gary Kirkpatrick & Warren Helms, and voice under Nan Guptill-Crain. He was presented with the Outstanding Musician Award, Legacy Scholar Award, and cum laude Latin honors for his academic and musical achievements. He is also a 2014 NJACT Perry Award Winner for Outstanding Music Direction for New Vision Players’ production of “Les Misérables”.
Currently, Kevin is a music director, pianist, and vocal coach in the New York/New Jersey area.
He was formerly a staff accompanist at The Juilliard School in New York, NY where he voice coached and prepared dance students for professional auditions. In addition, he was music director at Centenary Stage Company located on the campus at Centenary College in Hackettstown, New Jersey. There, he conducted the musicals for both the equity shows and Young Performers Workshop, taught and developed music courses in voice, choral singing, music theory, audition preparation, and history of musical theatre.
Kevin has directed, worked with, performed, accompanied and coached a variety of ensembles and soloists for many venues throughout New Jersey. They include Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown, The Theatre Company in Hoboken, New Jersey Playwrights Contest in Wayne, Sussex County Community College in Newton, Pax Amicus Castle Theatre in Budd Lake, Old Library Theatre in Fair Lawn, New Vision Players in Paramus, Plays In The Park in Edison, and William Paterson University of New Jersey in Wayne.
Kevin plans to teach and direct music at the collegiate level while continuing his education in music and theatre.