Tom Baroco


Tom Baroco, instructor, supports the instruction of Musical Theater Voice, Music Direction and studio classes.

Baroco is a creative and expressive collaborative pianist who frequently directs and accompanies musical theater productions, choral groups and contemporary band ensembles.

He is an accomplished music director. His recent productions include “Floyd Collins,” “Mystery of Edwin Drood,” and “Illyria,” for UWF; “Fiddler on the Roof,” for the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee;” and “The Wizard of Oz” for Pensacola Little Theater.

At UWF, he is a staff accompanist, music director and music coach. In his role, he supports students as they develop their vocal and musical skills through performances in their classes and formal department productions.

An independent recording artist, studio accompanist and arranger, he has studio experience working at Eagle's Nest Recording Studio in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Lucky K Studio in Pensacola. He is currently the director of music ministry at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee) and at Pensacola Catholic High School.

He studied accompaniment and composition and served as accompanist in the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music at the Catholic University of America.

Degrees & Institutions:

He received a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and has graduate studies in vocal pedagogy, choral conducting and piano from the University of Notre Dame.

Classes Taught:

    Musical Theater Voice, Music Direction

Keywords: collaborative pianist, musical theater voice, musical direction, music director, Pensacola Little Theater, studio accompanist, music arranger