Thaddeus Bell is an emerging artist with a rich warm baritone tone and a
commanding stage presence. He quite often
amuses audiences with his comedic sensibilities and moves them emotionally with
his sensitivity as a musician and a performer.
Thaddeus Bell attended Clark University and the New England Conservatory of Music with degrees in vocal performance. He has made operatic appearances in A Hand of Bridge, Carmen
and Hansel and Gretel
to name a few.
He has also sang with the The Tanglewood Festival Chorus
the Labryinth Choru
the Chancel Choir (
Tremont Baptist Temple, Boston).
Classical music is not his only love:
Thaddeus has been onstage as a keyboardist/pianist with a variety of
jazz/jazz fusion bands in the Boston and Central Mass area performing in both concerts
and private functions.
For the past decade and a half, when not performing himself, he has been inspiring
and teaching the love of music to others.
He has worked both as a public and private educator in a variety of
settings. He’s encouraged student participation in community concerts, written original songs and arrangements for student groups and has
led groups to stunning performances at regional and state-level music festivals.
He has also led a significant number of students to individually audition for
and participate in regional and state level music festivals.