Dr. Nicolás Alberto Dosman is an Assistant Professor of Music-Choral Conducting and Director of Choral Studies at the University of Southern Maine. Additionally, he serves as Chorus Master with the Portland Symphony Orchestra. Under his direction, the USM Chamber Singers were invited to and performed at the Vietnam International Choir Competition where they received a Gold Diploma, an invitation to perform at the Grand Prize Finale, and an invitation to perform at the World Choir Games-Champions Round.
S. Mark Aliapoulios, baritone holds a BM in Music Education Summa Cum Laude (University of Miami) and an MM in Vocal Performance With Honors and Distinction (New England Conservatory). He has recently been promoted to full Professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University where he serves as Chair of Vocal Studies. He joined the NEMC Faculty in 2009 directing the Chamber Choir until 2014 when he joined the Musical Theatre Program.
Michael McCarthy is a freelance choral conductor, adjudicator, clinician and accompanist in the New England/New York area. Choral groups under his direction have been invited to perform at MENC Eastern Division conferences and ACDA state conferences. He has spent the last twenty-seven summers teaching at the New England Music Camp.
Marian Murphy Powell is an accomplished singer and theatrical artist who brings a versatile background to her work on stage and into the teaching studio. A veteran of national Broadway tours and regional theatre productions, her favorite roles include: Cosette in Les Misérables, Christine in Phantom, Mother in Bright Lights, Big City, Marian in The Music Man, Fleur in Esmeralda (world premiere), Mary Jane Wilkes in Big River and Fiona in Brigadoon.
Dr. Lisabeth Miller serves on the voice faculty and conductor of the chamber choir at New England Music Camp. She resides in West Hartford, CT where she is an artist teacher of voice at the Hartt School of Music, adjunct professor of music at the University of St. Joseph, and director of music at Old St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.
Mark Hardy is an Associate Professor at Montclair State University teaching acting and musical theatre performance in the Musical Theatre BFA program. A professional actor in NYC for many years (and proud Actors’ Equity member since 1985), Mark appeared on Broadway in Les Miserables, Titanic, and Children and Art (Sondheim 75th birthday tribute). National tour credits include Sunset Boulevard, The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Les Miserables. Off- Broadway: A New Brain at Lincoln Center, The Rothschilds at Circle-In-The-Square downtown, Juba at the Vineyard, Helluva Town at Rainbow and Stars.