Brian Kremer is Associate Professor of Music Theatre and Music Theatre Program Coordinator at Elon Universit, as well as a professional singer, actor, and voice instructor. He teaches courses in voice specializing in contemporary singing and performance styles including music theatre, rock, pop, country, R&B and hip-hop. His current and former students can be seen performing on Broadway, off-Broadway, on national and international tours, and at various concert and commercial venues.
Beyond the classroom, he is co-author of The Singing Teacher’s Guide to Transgender Voices, the first comprehensive resource developed for training transgender and nonbinary singers. Its goal is to aid in the development of a successful vocal pedagogy and to help the academic community better understand the specific needs of transgender students as it pertains to vocal training. He has published on subjects pertaining to inclusive practices within educational spaces, such as the examining power dynamics and defining ethical and informed consent based practices for the use of instructional touch. He has presented on various topics at professional conferences, colleges, and universities all over the world, including the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Music Theatre Educators Alliance, The International Congress of Voice Teachers, Southeast Theatre Conference, Temple University and Folkwang Universität der Künste, Peabody Conservatory at Johns Hopkins University, The Voice Foundation and more.
BFA, Carnegie Mellon University; MM, Manhattan School of Music.