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Jacob Carll is a Music Director, Pianist, and Vocal Coach based in New York City. He is currently a Tenure Track Assistant Professor at SUNY Cortland’s Performing Arts Department, where he teaches Basic Musicianship, Musical Theatre History, and is staff Music Director. Recent Music Directing credits include Elf (National Tour (Associate Conductor), South Pacific (Cape Playhouse, Assistant Music Director), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Annie Get Your Gun, 9 to 5, Little Women, Urinetown (SUNY Cortland), Joseph... Dreamcoat, All Shook Up, Footloose (Sharon Playhouse), Make Me A Song, Beauty and the Beast, Avenue Q (Redhouse Arts Center), In The Heights (Gallery Players), and Life Could Be A Dream, Rough Crossing (Cortland Repertory Theater). Jacob is originally from Olean, New York, and holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, and a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from NYU Steinhardt. Instagram: @jacobcarllonthekeys

 
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And the five musicians in the orchestra, led by conductor Jacob Carll on piano, skillfully render Lopez and Marx's compositions with energy and playfulness.

— Syracuse.com

The orchestra really played Mr. Bernstein’s syncopated score jazz/dance score elegantly… Solid work by Conductor Jacob Carll.  

- WhitePlainsCNR.com

And the five musicians in the orchestra, led by conductor Jacob Carll on piano, skillfully render Lopez and Marx's compositions with energy and playfulness.

— Syracuse.com

The orchestra really played Mr. Bernstein’s syncopated score jazz/dance score elegantly… Solid work by Conductor Jacob Carll.  

- WhitePlainsCNR.com

What's best in this "Joseph" is the orchestral wonder and flourish of Jacob Carll's musical direction, which vibrantly remasters music from over 50 years ago with a richly elucidated wallop more in sync with today's musical theatre than its nostalgic past.

From The Desk Of Jim R.

And music director Jacob Carll leads an ensemble of 10 players through a score that will stay with audiences through the holidays. 

— SyracuseNewTimes.com

 
 
 

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