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Travis Bloom is a sought-after vocal coach and collaborative pianist in New York City. He serves as an artistic staff member at the Manhattan School of Music and the NYU Steinhardt School, collaborating for both the opera and voice departments. In August ‘23, Travis served as the principal coach/pianist for the Berkshire Opera Festival’s production of La Bohème under the baton of Brian Garman and stage direction of Jonathon Loy. Last summer Travis joined the music staff of Opera Saratoga, serving as the principal coach/pianist for their production of Il Barbiere di Siviglia. In 2020-22 he served on the music staff for the highly-anticipated return of Gordon and Nottage’s Intimate Apparel at Lincoln Center. From 2019-2021 he worked as a faculty coach with the Chautauqua Institute Voice Program under the direction of Marlena Malas. During his time at Chautauqua, he worked closely with composers Ricky Ian Gordon and Ben Moore, presenting recitals of their music. Since 2018, he has worked with the Metropolitan Opera Guild as a pianist for their master class series. He has accompanied master classes with Renée Fleming, Susan Graham, Craig Rutenberg, Thomas Hampson, Isabel Leonard, Anthony Roth Costanzo, Harolyn Blackwell, and Piotr Beczała. Since moving to NYC in 2016, Mr. Bloom has been a staff pianist for the Bronx Opera Company and the International Vocal Arts Institute under the direction of Joan Dornemann and Paul Nadler. Upcoming engagements include pianist/coach in residence for JAM on the Marsh festival in the UK and returning to the Berkshires for Gounod’s Faust.

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