Marc holds degrees from Bowdoin College in Mathematics, Music, and Teaching. He received a Masters of Music in Choral Conducting from the University of Oklahoma and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Music History and Theory specializing in music of the Renaissance. Marc is highly trained in music pedagogy, including private piano lessons, individual vocal instruction and directing vocal ensembles.
He has worked extensively for the Bowdoin International Music Festival since 2005 and currently works in chamber music administration. As part of his numerous musical associations, Marc has assisted and cantored for High Anglo-Catholic masses, and has directed church choirs and served as organist for parishes in Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, and Oklahoma. He is also an engaged vocal singer with various ensembles such as Schola Cantorum of Boston and Chantry of Washington DC, in addition to work as a soloist. Most recently, Marc has begun leadership of the recently formed Renaissance Singers of Annapolis.
Marc has experience teaching from the elementary to collegiate levels and has recently lectured courses in music history, music theory, aural skills acquisition, piano and voice lessons, and choral repertoire. He currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland and loves teaching in the surrounding areas.