Wake Forest University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Bryon Grohman as Assistant Professor of Music, beginning fall semester, 2017. Dr. Grohman has been an Assistant Professor and Chair of Vocal Studies at Palm Beach Atlantic University, where he has successfully trained young singers in pursuit of careers in music performance and education. A native of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, he received his Baccalaureate and Master’s degrees from New England Conservatory of Music, Boston. He was awarded the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Indiana University’s renowned Jacobs School of Music.
Admired by Opera News as “a superb singing actor with a clear, ringing instrument and peerless diction,” tenor Bryon Grohman has received international recognition for his performances of opera, oratorio, and ensemble repertoire, most notably with Seraphic Fire, one of America’s leading professional vocal ensembles. His diverse work as a singer, conductor, and voice teacher has been praised for a dynamic depth of knowledge and artistry. Dr. Grohman is committed to preparing students to meet the challenges of music performance in the 21st century, through the development of outstanding musicianship, flexible vocal technique and an adaptive artistic temperament.
Dr. Bryon Grohman brings outstanding experience in vocal performance, pedagogy and research to the Wake Forest Department of Music. We are excited that he is joining our faculty, and we are delighted to welcome him and his family to our community.