Doc Taylor

Doc Taylor

Doc Taylor majored in music education at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he also had the honor of playing the contrabass clarinet in the university’s premier wind group. He has worked as a journalist, a columnist, a restaurant reviewer, an arts reporter, arts section editor, and managing editor. Musically, he has been a music copyist for recordings and television, a studio backup singer, a choral conductor and arranger, a bass player (including, yes, disco), and music director for a local light opera company. For several years he was the copy editor for Classical Singer magazine.


Sing Well, Work Hard, and Listen

Tenor and professor Lawrence Vincent shares what he sees as the secrets for success for students he teaches at Brigham Young University—the same secrets of his successful 10-year career in Germany and Austria.