Brad Dumont is a passionate arts advocate working to create and support unique artistic projects that contribute to cultural improvement and community-based arts education and development. He currently serves as the artistic administrator for the New Hampshire Music Festival where he manages artistic planning, community engagement initiatives, and organizational operations. As part of his work for the Festival, Brad curates the Music in the Mountains series, a popular series of outdoor “pop up” concerts on mountaintops and lakesides.
Brad serves as the Vice President of the New Hampshire Master Chorale and on the artistic planning team for the Boston-based choir VOICES 21C who recently toured Israel and Palestine. He is an active singer with both of these organizations. Previously, he has served as music director for the Plymouth Congregational Church in Plymouth, NH; assistant music director intern for the Manchester Choral Society in Manchester, NH; as music director for numerous theatrical productions; and as the choral fellow to Dr. Dan Perkins at Plymouth State University.
Brad studies at Boston University with Dr. Miguel Felipe and is a Master of Music candidate in Choral Conducting to be completed in 2019. As a student, he will also be working on educational initiatives with Dr. André de Quadros and the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center at BU in a course applying music and wellness practices with students from across the city dealing with mental illness. In 2013, Brad graduated from Plymouth State University as the outstanding Graduating Senior in Music and a Top 20 Senior, earning a B.S. in Music Education K-12 and a B.A. in Music: Vocal Performance and Pedagogy.