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. He believes in the power of choral singing to build empathetic communities while providing a voice for those that may otherwise not be heard.
Brad is the newly announced Director of Choral Activities at Assumption College beginning in the Fall of 2019 and has also recently been named associate conductor of the Salisbury Singers in Worcester, MA after two years as assistant conductor. Additionally, 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. He is an active singer with each of these organizations as well as with the newly formed Analog Chorale and The Brookline Consort. Brad is also the artistic administrator for the New Hampshire Music Festival, operations manager for Emmanuel Music in Boston, an orchestra contractor for ensembles throughout New England, and a board member for the Greater Boston Choral Consortium.
Brad received a Master of Music in Choral Conducting at Boston University studying with Dr. Miguel Felipe and Bramwell Tovey. While attending, Brad taught with Dr. André de Quadros at the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center in a course utilizing music as a practice for improved wellness in students across the city working on their mental well-being. Brad also worked with Dr. de Quadros utilizing music in incarceration settings around Boston including state, county, and youth facilities. Originally from Rochester, NH; Brad earned a B.S. in Music Education K-12 and a B.A. in Music: Vocal Performance and Pedagogy from Plymouth State University in 2013 studying conducting with Dr. Dan Perkins and voice with Dr. Kathleen Arecchi.