Mark Dundore

Voice and Piano Lessons located at The Perfect 5th

Title: Voice and Piano Instructor

Genres: Classical, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Theatre

Skill Level: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced

Education: Bachelor of Arts - Music Theory and Composition, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Additional Graduate coursework, Rowan University

Mark Dundore's Summary

Mark Dundore is an emerging musician and composer originally from the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area. His work includes repertoire in both the vocal and instrumental media, and he is always looking for new challenges and opportunities in the field. Mark is also active as a singer and instrumentalist with several groups in the area, serving as tubist in the West Shore Symphony Orchestra, tubist and board member for the Greater Harrisburg Concert Band, and singing with The Harrisburg Singers. He also directs the Handchime Choir at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Mechanicsburg.

Mark is a 2011 Cum Laude graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, with a B.A. in Music Theory and Composition. He studied composition with Daniel Perlongo and David Martynuik, piano with Judith Radell and Anastasia Antonacos, tuba with Zach Collins, and conducting with Jack Stamp, Jason Worzbyt, and Christopher Thomas. He pursued additional study in Composition at Rowan University, studying under Denis DiBlasio and Bruce Yurko, while playing BBb Bass in the Atlantic Brass Band, and also playing recorders, crumhorns, handbells, and sackbut, as well as providing tenor vocals in the Rowan University Collegium Musicum.  During this time, Mark served as Director of Music at the First Presbyterian Church of Glassboro, as well as Instructor of Piano and Voice at Old Towne Music. Mark is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), the International Tuba-Euphonium Association (ITEA), the American Composers Forum, the Society of Composers (SCI), and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.

Mark offers courses in voice and piano, with emphasis on the fundamentals of music: ear training, rhythm, and music reading, as well as proper respiratory technique and music appreciation.