Tim Moore- Director of Vocal Studies

Tim Moore - Director of Vocal Studies

Mr. Timothy Moore joined the Florida College Fine Arts' faculty in 1998, bringing with him an impressive resume. As an undergraudate he attended Westerminster Choir College, where he studied music and began a life long love of directing. Upon graduation he was accepted to Indiana University’s Master’s program in “Opera and Musical Theater Stage Direction” where he was involved in fourteen major productions. Straight out of Indiana University he began as the General Manager and Artistic Director of a summer stock theater in northern Indiana, where he produced and/or directed twelve shows in two summers. This was also the time that he made his professional debut as Cincinnati Opera, staging “La Boheme” and “Cosi fan Tutte”. Upon moving back to Florida, he began teaching in the school system, eventually spending ten years at the Pinellas County Center for the Arts High School. All this while also directing shows around the area, including the St. Pete Little Theater, the old St. Petersburg Opera Company, and the Francis Wilson Playhouse, among others.

After Mr. Moore came to Florida College, he started producing and directing the annual student musical in 2001 with “Brigadoon”. Since then, he has directed and produced 15 musicals and operettas, and produced another 20 musicals and plays at the school. In all, Mr. Moore has directed and/or produced well over 100 operas, musicals and plays including such favorites as “Camelot”, “Into the Woods”, “Man of La Mancha”, “West Side Story”, “Manon Lescaut”, “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Little Women”, and just about every operetta Gilbert & Sullivan wrote. Aside from directing, Mr. Moore is the director of the Florida College Chamber Singers, is a private voice instructor, and teaches the Theater courses.

Active Memberships:
National Association of Teachers of Singing- President of Local Chapter