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Faculty & Staff

Benjamin T. Berman
(he/him/his)
Private Lesson Instructor, Voice and Piano
Community Arts

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Degrees & Accomplishments
MM in Voice Performance, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University
BM in Voice Performance, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University
Member of American Choral Directors' Association and National Association of Teachers of Singing
Biography

Benjamin T. Berman, an alumnus of Mason Gross School of the Arts, is the Music Director of First Reformed Church of New Brunswick, the conductor of the Highland Park Community Chorus, and co-director of the Joyful Noise Choir, the joint children’s choir of Christ Church and First Reformed Church. Benjamin is on the faculty of Rutgers Community Arts, where he teaches private lessons and chamber music. He plays harpsichord with the Bucks County period instrument ensemble, La Fiocco, and is accompanist for the Rutgers Queens Chorale. He frequently sings with the West Jersey Chamber Music Society and Makhelat Hamercaz, the Jewish choir of central Jersey, and also has sung with the Choral Arts Society of New Jersey, the newly-formed professional choir Vocala, and the Opera Philadelphia chorus. Benjamin is active as a recitalist, conductor, teacher, harpsichordist, and organist in Central New Jersey, with a special interest in singing Czech and Jewish music. He is also Music Director of the Hub City Opera and Dance Company, for whom he also served as conductor for the first two productions: Der Mond by Carl Orff and Goyescas by Enrique Granados.