Mark AdamyVoice, Piano, and Violin Teacher
A multitalented keyboardist and vocalist, Mark works with artists around the globe as a live performer and recording artist. This includes his own band: The Mark Adamy Band, which is a group of accomplished musicians that has thrilled listeners with it’s original stylings fusing pop, rock, jazz, R&B, world, and spiritual music. His recent recordings include his Christmas album: Because of Christmas, and the upcoming Soul Seasons, both released internationally on Sojourn Records
Mark has enjoyed popularity as a sought-after talent for special events, productions, and performances. Mark has won honors including Entertainer of the Year and Boston Music award nominations. Now a resident of the greater New York City region, Mark has played venues small and large. Concert and tour credits span a wide range of styles. He has shared the stage with greats like Chaka Khan, James Brown, The Four Tops, John-Lee Hooker, Pieces of a Dream, Howard Hewitt, Phil Driscoll, Phil Keaggy, Roger Humphries, and many others. Mark has played in many Broadway productions as well as music directing off-Broadway productions in NYC.
Recording releases have featured talented artists such as Will Lee, David Sancious, Dave Mann, Manolo Badrena, Sarah Devine, Tony Vacca, Massamba Diop, Mamadou Ndiaye, Paul Adamy, Mark Ambrosino, Capathia Jenkins, Joel Hoekstra, Wayne-Scott Farley, and many others.
Live performances, television and radio broadcasts, and bookings throughout the USA include opening for Grammy winners Jon Secada and Lisa Fisher. Other tours include Harold Melvin (and the Bluenotes), Wendy Moten, and Howard Hewitt.
Mark’s concert credentials are extensive with acts such as the Coasters, the Cadillacs, Ink Spots, Jive Five, Silhouettes, Marvellettes, the Charelles, and guitarist Billy Davis. He has jammed with jazz artists such as Warren Hill, Makoto Ozone, Darren Lyons Group, and Lee Robinson at venues ranging from New York’s Russian Tea Room and Knitting Factory to Boston’s Symphony Hall
Mark Adamy Productions handles numerous new projects from cinema scores, video production, music beds, and CD/albums to producing and promoting other artist projects. Several projects have been met with acclaim, including his first solo recording Almost There, his self-titled Mark Adamy, and as a producer of the Real Silk Band’s Metamorphosis album, leading to his receiving Pittsburgh Magazine’s “Excellence in the Arts” award for Best New Jazz Group.