Teaching: CPFA Music, (Vocal)
At PALCS Since: 2021
Education: B.M. in Vocal Performance, Ithaca College,
M.M. Voice Performance, San Francisco Conservatory of Music,
M.A.T. in Music Education, University of the Arts
Brief Biography: Mr. Harmantzis is an innovative music educator, voice teacher, and choir director in the Philadelphia Area. His focus is placed on not just creating great singers, but smart singers who understand healthy vocal production, who are musically literate, and who can effectively express the intention of a piece through the voice. Mr. Harmantzis has taught K-12 general and choral music in classrooms setting throughout Pennsylvania and California. His private voice students regularly are cast in school, community, and regional theatre productions and have auditioned and received callbacks for national casting calls. As a classically trained Tenor, he has performed numerous operatic roles ranging from “Rinuccio” in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi to “Apollo” in Monteverdi’s L’orfeo. He has an affinity for Gilbert & Sullivan operettas spent three summers in Ithaca, New York performing with the Cornell Savoyards. Mr. Harmantzis holds an M.A.T in Music Education from the University of the Arts, an M.M. in Voice Performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and a B.M. in Voice Performance from Ithaca College. He resides in King of Prussia with his wife, Lacey, and their miniature dachshund, Liesel.