Mark Murphy Vogel

    Mark Murphy Vogel tenor, enjoys a varied career as a vocalist, keyboardist, and educator. Mark currently serves as Director of Vocal Studies at Notre Dame College in South Euclid, Ohio. Recent professional engagements include projects with ensembles such as Seraphic Fire, the Portland Bach Experience, Apollo’s Fire, True Concord Voices and Orchestra, Kinnara, Bach Collegium Fort Wayne, the Chattanooga Bach Choir, and The Crossing. Prior to his time in the midwest, Mark served as a choral scholar at Hereford Cathedral in the United Kingdom. There he enjoyed performances at the 2018 Three Choirs Festival, Buckingham Palace, and both the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter’s Square in Vatican City. Most recently, Mark was awarded first prize in the 2021 Audrey Rooney Vocal Competition from the Kentucky Bach Choir. In addition to his singing, Mark is an avid keyboardist. Previous collaborative piano engagements include a year in residence with the American Boychoir School, the 2018 National Association for Music Education All-National Honor Choir, the 2016 Tennessee All State Honor Choir, the 2015 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute, the 2012 Southern Division ACDA Honor Choir, and concert and recital work at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Westminster Choir College, and Princeton University. Mark received his Bachelor’s degree in Voice Performance from Westminster Choir College and his Master’s degree in Sacred Music from the University of Notre Dame.