Steve Pollack

Steve Pollack, a polished performer, director, actor and lecturer appeared in several venues singing various styles ranging from R&B, Standards, Jazz/Blues to Musical Theater, Operetta and Grand Opera.  He performed in Opera Houses, Atlantic City venues, and sings in cabaret, private event and restaurant settings. His performance credits include the Walnut Street Theater, Candlelight Theater, Commonwealth Opera, Fulton Opera House amongst others singing both baritone and tenor in leading or supporting roles.  He was one of the original members of Peter Nero’s Voices of the Pops, and a frequent soloist at the Wilmington Jazz Festival.  He also performs as a soloist at many churches and synagogues, as well as directs plays, musicals and operas in Philadelphia area theaters. He teaches voice and performance artistry, paired with lecturing on music, art and culture for the curriculum of many community and academic groups from Maryland to New Jersey.  Educated at Franklin and Marshall College, he received the Mennen Fellowship award for achievement in music at Fairleigh Dickinson University; the first artist to do so.