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Jamon Maple

Jamon Maple

Music Adjunct Faculty

Music and Performing Arts Professions

Jamon Maple, tenor, voice specialist, recording artist, music director, and choral conductor, enjoys an international teaching and performance career. A native of Beaumont, TX, he most recently made his television debut in South Korea, performing on the singing competition show Fantastic Duo, and later appeared in the season 7 premiere of the award-winning television mystery music game show I Can See Your Voice. He has co-written songs for multiple Korean hit dramas with famed OST composer Kang Dong-yoon and recently celebrated the international release of his Korean single, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Jamon maintains a robust private voice studio in New York City, South Korea, and mainland China, teaching singers across genres. His students are NATS national competition winners in opera and musical theatre, finalists in the New York Lyric Opera Theatre national competition, professional pop and indie recording artists, and Broadway performers. He regularly gives masterclasses on classical and pop vocal techniques and interactive singing workshops entitled “Kpop for Foreigners” and “A Practical Guide to Vocal Pedagogy.” He holds a BM from Boston University and an MM and an advanced certificate from NYU Steinhardt.


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