Performance Collection Coordinator; Adjunct Assistant Professor of Voice; Conservatory Teacher
101 Walnut Lane, Princeton, NJ 08540
Devin Mariman is conductor of the Westminster Conservatory Community Chorus and Chamber Choir, and adjunct assistant professor of voice at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. He is also conductor of the Philadelphia Biblical University Community Chorus. Previously he has been a member of the conducting faculty at both Westminster Choir College and the College of New Jersey, chorusmaster for the Westminster Conservatory’s Children’s Opera, conductor of the Garden State Philharmonic Chorus, and director of the vocal division of the New Jersey Governor’s School of the Arts. Mr. Mariman has led music in church settings and devised thematic sacred programs that have been presented at Westminster Choir College and the Princeton Theological Seminary, and has led numerous reading sessions with the Princeton Society of Musical Amateurs and at Westminster.
Mr. Mariman received a Bachelor of Music degree in voice from Bradley University and his Master of Music degree in choral conducting and voice and vocal pedagogy from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. As a baritone soloist, Mr. Mariman has appeared locally in recital and in concert with various choral and orchestral groups and is a founding member of the early music ensemble Fuma Sacra.