Enjoying a career that embraces art song, opera, chamber music, and cabaret, pianist R. Timothy McReynolds is also active as a teacher and vocal coach. He has been hailed as a “perceptive accompanist,” (Washington Post) an “excellent pianist,” (Baltimore Sun) and as a “brilliant accompanist.”
(Classical Journal) He has toured internationally in Mexico, Germany, and Austria, and has collaborated with the late William Warfield, as well as Delores Ziegler, Linda Mabbs, and Isabel Leonard.
He continues his close association with Vocal Arts DC and their Discovery Recital Series. Dr. McReynolds made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2011 and has performed in other prestigious venues such as the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater, the Embassy of the Netherlands, the Maryland Arts Festival in Baltimore, and the Egyptian Embassy Concert Series in Vienna, Austria. He has participated as vocal coach/pianist for the Washington National Opera’s Opera Institute and the Aspen Music Festival.
He is a member of the Voice/Opera faculty of the University of Maryland, School of Music and the former Music Director of Towson University’s Music for the Stage. He was Instructor of Piano at American University in Washington, D.C. and Loyola University of Maryland.
Dr. McReynolds received his B.M. from Indiana University, his M.M. from the University of Michigan, and his D.M.A. at the University of Maryland. His teachers have included Edward Auer, Martin Katz, Robert McCoy and Rita Sloan. A new recording with the chamber music group, Greenbrook Ensemble, is due for a 2012 release.