Todd C. Gordon holds degrees in Voice from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville campus, and the New England Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Bernard Barbeau. Todd began his teaching career in September of 1975 as an instructor of voice with the Extension Division of the New England Conservatory. He opened his private studio in June, 1979 in the presitgious Steinert Building on Boylston Street, Boston. Todd is currently an instructor of voice and also an adjunct faculty member at UMass/Boston teaching voice, and serving as music director for UMass theatrical productions.
Music Director for New Repertory Theatre of Watertown’s productions of The Little Prince, Little Shop of Horrors, Rent, The World Goes ‘Round, Passing Strange, The Last Five Years, Darling Divas Deck the Holidays, Sophie Tucker: The Last of the Red Hot Mamas, Hot Mikado, Cabaret (IRNE Nominee, Best Music Director) Gutenberg!, The Musical, Dessa Rose, Side by Side by Sondheim, Lippa’s The Wild Party (IRNE Nominee, Best Music Director), Ragtime (IRNE Award, Best Music Director), Into the Woods (IRNE Award, Best Music Director), The Threepenny Opera (IRNE Nominee, Best Music Director), and musical supervision for According to Tip, He was seen as the onstage pianist for New Rep’s Bill W. and Dr. Bob and has worked in the New England area on productions for Lyric Stage, Publick Theatre, Gloucester Stage, Charles Playhouse/Second Stage, Stoneham Theatre, Brandeis Theatre Company and Emerson Stage.