A tireless researcher and advocate for the effortless singing professional, Mark Joelson Daboll is a performing baritone, music coach, and voice teacher – a capacity for which he has garnered much praise as a master technician. His 21 st century teaching skill set successfully serves the building of all voices - at all levels of ability - to immediately reveal individual, authentic vocal
identity, and maximize vocal and artistic capability at the highest level of performance.
Mr. Daboll teaches applied voice at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, and is a faculty member at the International Lyric Academy Summer Program in Vicenza (Veneto) Italy for emerging singing professionals. His students have won or placed in national competitions and have been accepted into numerous professional development programs.
Mark's principal teacher/mentor is W. Stephen Smith, author of The Naked Voice, and teacher of many of the world’s elite singers. Mark served as a vocal coach and masterclass teacher for the 2016 Ontario Youth Choir, at the COC’s Summer Youth Intensive Program in 2013 and 2014, and as workshop presenter for the Living Opera Education Program, for both high school groups and Toronto District School Board teachers, from 2012-2018.
Originally classically trained, Mark is also uniquely certified to teach all vocal styles, including
golden-age and contemporary Music Theatre, Broadway belting, Pop-Rock styles, Country, R&B, and Jazz. Mr. Daboll has performed over more than three decades in Canada, the US, UK, Italy and Germany. Among his academic accolades, he holds a master’s degree in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from the University of Toronto.