In addition to conducting the Repertoire Choir and vocal ensembles, Ms. Martin will serve as MiPAC’s Music Librarian, Publicist, Office Staff, and Assistant to the Directors in Assisting Music-y Stuff.
Abagael V. Martin holds a BM in Vocal Music Performance from Adrian College, where she studied with Professor Elizabeth Major and Dr. Kristin Eder.
In addition to being active in Adrian College Opera Workshop, City of Adrian Opera Uptown program, musical theatre, and theatre, she was a section leader and served as Adrian College choir librarian for a number of ensembles including the Adrian College SATB Choir, Adrian College Women’s Choir, Adrian College Jazz Choir, and the Lenawee Community Chorus. She will be pursuing her Masters in Music Performance this fall.
Thanks for visiting the site for the Michigan Performing Arts Camp – a GREAT new summer day camp and sleepaway camp for young musicians and performers. This is the first in our new series of interviews with MiPAC’s talented and dedicated administrators, staff, and faculty.
First up: Co-Founder and President Keisuke Hoashi.
President of MiPAC Keisuke (pronounced CASE-kay) Hoashi is a very busy man. In addition to founding the greatest summer performing arts camp in the history of the world, he is also a working Hollywood actor who has been in more than 150 TV shows, movies, and TV commercials. A former music camper himself, he’s now a sought-out speaker who talks to high school and college students about building realistic and sustainable careers in the arts. Keep reading to learn more about our visionary co-founder. Continue reading Get to Know MIPAC: Interview with Keisuke Hoashi, Co-Director