Teaches Piano, Voice
In addition to his operatic career Dr. Majoros has performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony, the Detroit Symphony, the Eastman-Rochester Philharmonic, the Tucson Symphony, the Long Island Philharmonic, and as a recitalist/soloist at the Chautauqua, Flagstaff, and Bravo! Colorado summer music festivals.
Dr. Majoros developed and produced a one-man (plus piano accompanist) show as Charles Ives, the American composer, which features Ives coming out on stage, talking about his life (and musical life in general) and singing 20 of his songs. He performed this Ives extravaganza over 30 times for major universities and arts societies across the nation. (See his website, charlesivesportrait.com) He is currently working on a sight-and-sound 3-evening recital (with expositional lectures) project focusing on the three song cycles of Franz Schubert.
A native of Charleroi, Pennsylvania, he holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Arizona, where he studied with Eugene Conley. He taught voice on the faculty of the School of Music at the University of Arizona and also served there as Assistant to the Dean of the College of Fine Arts. He currently serves as Director of Music for the Farmingdale United Methodist Church and teaches voice and piano with Music and Arts in Farmingdale, New York.