Dylan Pramuk Vocal Teaching Artist

DYLAN PRAMUK

ON VOICE

DYLAN PRAMUK has had a lifelong association with the highest levels of choral work. He grew up singing in Ragazzi, the extremely demanding boys’ choir in San Francisco, and held down the Bass II chair in the New School University Vocal Jazz Ensemble in the mid 2000s. After graduating in 2009, he continued to work in the group, directed by Amy London. Mr. Pramuk contributed many of the arrangements for ‘The Royal Bopsters Project’ on which he sings the role of quartet bass, Darmon Meader sings tenor, Holli Ross sings alto and Amy London sings soprano. The project features the quartet, who have been compared to the Manhattan Transfer, singing original vocal jazz arrangements and compositions with their bop heroes: Mark Murphy, Annie Ross, Jon Hendricks, Sheila Jordan and Bob Dorough.

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