Jim is a nationally recognized vocal coach and performing artist with studios in the Washington, DC area and New York City. He’s in high demand as a teacher, clinician, and guest speaker and has been endorsed by the Johns Hopkins University Department of Otolaryngology.
Currently serving as Visiting Professor of Commercial voice and Musical Theatre at Ball State University, Jim has served on the voice faculty at Ithaca College, Catholic University, Shenandoah University, and George Mason University.
A sample of Jim’s student credits include:
Aladdin, Wicked, Book of Mormon, Miss Saigon, Bandstand, Anastasia, Kinky Boots, Phantom of the Opera
Frozen, Book of Mormon, Margaritaville, Mama Mia, The King and I, Pippin
The Muny, Arena Stage, Goodspeed, Signature Theatre, Papermill Playhouse
Metropolitan, Washington National, Houston
Main Stage Features
Radio City Rockettes Disney, Royal Caribbean Cruise, The Voice, American Idol
When not serving as an Educator Jim is an active concert and recording artist, having played concert stages across the United States and Europe. He is an award-winning singer/songwriter receiving Grammy attention for his Debut Album Open Road, and was awarded the prestigious ASCAP Song of the year award for the self-penned title track. His most current album is a tribute to pop music icon Neil Sedaka, on which the pop legend himself recorded two duets with Jim for this critically acclaimed albumThe Sedaka Sessions.