Mr. Brian Krajcik

Phone: 732.842.8000 ext. 404

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Degrees and Certifications:

MM Conducting - Westminster Choir College BM Education - University of Delaware BM Performance - University of Delaware

Mr. Brian Krajcik

Conductor, Pianist and Tenor, Mr. Krajcik currently serves as Director of Choral and Vocal Studies at Red Bank Regional HS.  Under his direction, choral ensembles have performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kimmel Center, The White House and St. Thomas Kirche in Leipzig, Germany.  Mr. Krajcik's background as a vocalist has propelled aspiring singers into leading Universities and Conservatories including Westminster Choir College, Manhattan School of Music, Mason Gross School of the Arts, University of Miami, New York University Steinhardt's School of Music and The Peabody Institute of John Hopkins.  In addition to his work at RBR, Mr. Krajcik also functions as an Adjunct Professor at Ocean County College where he offers private vocal, piano and organ coaching.  

 

An avid performer, Mr. Krajcik works directly with the Spring Lake Theatre Company where he leads multiple musicals annually, and frequents as a pit musician.  In the classical realm, he works alongside community choruses in Ocean and Monmouth County functioning as a rehearsal accompanist and guest clinician for major work preparation.  

 

On the weekends, Mr. Krajcik holds the position of Director of Worship/Music at First United Methodist Church of Toms River where he leads both traditional and contemporary worship via organ and piano.  

 

Mr. Krajcik earned a Master of Music Degree in Conducting from Westminster Choir College, as well as a Double Bachelors in Music Education and Piano Performance from the University of Delaware. He's studied conducting with James Jordan, Joseph Flummerfelt, Andrew Megill, and Joe Miller recording with the Westminster Choir on the NAXOS label.  

 

He maintains professional memberships with American Federation of Musicians Local 802, American Choral Directors Association, National Association for Music Education, and American Guild of Organists.