Biography


Mark Adamy
is originally from New England. He is an experienced performing artist (keyboardist/ vocalist), producer, composer and conductor/director.

Mark has studied music since his early childhood and has been performing professionally from the age of 12. The combination of a soulful musical presence, scintillating technique and skillful arrangements has thrilled audiences. A resident of Boston for several years, Mark was a popular artist there and won honors that include Entertainer of the Year and Boston Music awards nominations. He now resides in the New York City area.

Concerts and tour credits span a wide range of styles and include performances with Chaka Khan, James Brown, The Four Tops, John-Lee Hooker, Pieces of a Dream, Lisa Fisher, John Secada, Howard Hewitt, Phil Driscoll, Phil Keaggy, Warren Hill, Roger Humphries and many others. Mark has also played keyboards for Broadway productions and has been the musical director for off-Broadway productions in NYC.

Mark has a long list of CD/album credits, as well, that are comprised of a wide range of genres. The eagerly anticipated new Mark Adamy CD is soon to be nationally released and is presently in negotiations. His first solo recording project, Almost There received national airplay. The Real Silk Band received an award as “Best new jazz group” from Pittsburgh Magazine – Mark produced the CD in addition to performing on it and being one of its primary composers.

Mark is currenty the direcotr of Music and Worship arts at Fort Washington Collegiate Church in NYC.

 
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