Tenor and multi-instrumentalist Jonathan DeHart holds a Master of Arts in Teaching and a
Bachelor of Music from Westminster Choir College as a voice primary. Versed equally in opera,
art song, musical theater, jazz, blues, pop, rock, and even punk, Jonathan can help you
discover and hone your voice in a healthy manner, for any style of singing. He possesses
thorough knowledge of singing mechanics and pedagogy, studying with renowned voice
scientist Dr. Kathy Price.
Jonathan is a pianist, drummer, guitarist, and saxophonist and has self-recorded three albums
ranging from punk-rock to jazz. In addition, he is a classically-trained composer, most recently
completing a set of Jazz Preludes for piano, and a Jazz Mass for unaccompanied choir. He can
instruct you in composition and songwriting in a range of musical genres.
Jonathan loves teaching more than anything else, and has instructed privately for the past six
years. He frequently contributes to the literary discourse on public school music education, and
is an innovative thinker in the field. He is able to serve students in a multitude of areas of their
musicianship, and is versatile enough to instruct singing, piano, guitar, songwriting, and
composition. Whether it is classical voice-training, jazz piano, or singer-songwriter guitar
playing, Jonathan is committed to helping you become a self-sufficient and proficient musician.
Jonathan has performed in some of the East Coast’s most prestigious concert halls, notably
Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, and the Lincoln Center, where he performed James
Whitbourn’s Grammy-nominated choral work ‘Annelies’. He has also performed in some of the
East Coast’s underground concert venues by himself, and with bands.